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RhIg-Derived Anti-D Reaction Strength

As noted, reaction strength can suggest whether anti-D at delivery is likely immune or passive, however, several factors affect RhIg's reaction strength in laboratory tests.

Before proceeding, take a moment to think about the following questions.

  • Which reaction strengths are typically seen at delivery from RhIg-derived passive anti-D?
  • Which variables can affect RhIg-derived passive anti-D reaction strengths?