Rh Variants: What to do about D and Ig (by CACMLE) (Online CE Course)

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F. Bernadette West, MD - Associate Medical Director of Transfusion Medicine, Children's Hospital Colorado

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Objectives

  • Describe common D variants and their mechanisms.
  • Identify challenges with D antigen or lack of D antigen.
  • Define the use of Rh Immune Globulin.

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  • PowerPoint Slides
      • Rh Variants: What to do about D and Ig
      • Learning Objectives
      • Engraving: Midwife-assisted childbirth in France
      • Important Milestones
      • Important Milestones, cont.
      • Important Milestones, cont.
      • Rh Blood Group System
      • Rh Blood Group System, cont.
      • Rh Blood Group System, cont.
      • Rh Blood Group System, cont.
      • Rh Blood Group System, cont.
      • RHD
      • RHD, cont.
      • Other Considerations
      • Immunogenicity of D
      • Immunogenicity of D, cont.
      • RHD Variants
      • RHD Variants, (Genetic)Weak D
      • RHD Variants, (Genetic)Weak D, cont.
      • RHD Variants, C Trans
      • RHD Variants, Partial D
      • RHD Variants, Partial D, cont.
      • RHD Variants, Rh null or mod
      • Use of Rh Immune Globulin
      • Use of Rh Immune Globulin, cont.
      • Rh Immune Globulin
      • Case 1
      • Case 1, cont.
      • Case 1 - What should BB staff do?
      • Case 1 - What type of blood should patient receive?
      • Case 2
      • Cae 2 - What should BB staff do next?
      • A Few Final Thoughts . . .
      • A Few Final Thoughts . . .
      • References and Sources
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