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The appropriate dosage of Rh immune globulin (RhIg) to administer post-delivery to an Rh-negative mother delivering an Rh-positive child is calculated based on the estimated volume of fetal bleed.

What is the value of x in the formula given below that is used to calculate RhIg dosage?

  • Number of vials of 300 µg RhIg = volume of fetal bleed/x mL

Enter the number in the box below that is represented by x in the formula; do not spell out the number.(e.g., use "5" and not "five").

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