RhoGAM

(ro┬┤gam) trademark for a preparation of Rh0 (D antigen) immune globulin. The gamma globulin is derived from the plasma of women previously immunized to the Rh0 (D) antigen and is administered after each Rh-incompatible pregnancy. The gamma globulin prevents the formation of antibodies after delivery or abortion. See als...
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Rhogam

(RhIg) Rhogam, also known as Rh immunoglobulin, is a specially developed blood product that can prevent an Rh-negative mother's antibodies from attacking the fetus's Rh-positive cells. Rh-negative women will receive RhIg around the 28th week of pregnancy or at the time of an amniocentesis.
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RhoGAM

A medication that is given to Rh negative women carrying Rh positive infants to prevent her body from developing an immunity against the babies red blood cells. The medication is given at 28 weeks and within the first 72 hours after delivery.
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RhoGAM

Medication given during pregnancy and following delivery to prevent isoimmunization. Also see isoimmunization.
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RhoGAM

Medication given during pregnancy and following delivery to prevent isoimmunization. Also see isoimmunization.
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Rhogam

Rhogam: Rh0 immunoglobulin, also called anti-Rh or anti-D immunoglobulin. An injectable blood product used to protect an Rh-positive fetus from antibodies by its Rh-negative mother. The idea underlying Rhogam is if anti-Rh antibody is given soon after delivery, it blocks the sensitization of the mother and prevents Rh disease from occurring in the ...
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