Anti Rh D Immunoglobulin
Anti Rh D Immunoglobulin is used in the treatment of infections
How it works
Anti-Rh D immunoglobulin belongs to class of drugs called immunoglobulin. It removes or nullifies any fetal rhesus-D positive red blood cells that enter the rhesus-D negative maternal blood stream during childbirth, abortion, or any accident or intervention during pregnancy which might lead to bleeding across the placenta.
Common side effects
Fever, Headache, Injection site tenderness, Injection site pain, Feeling of discomfort
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- ₹2019 to ₹2493Bharat Serums & Vaccines Ltd2 variant(s)
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- Take measles, mumps, and chicken pox vaccination at least 3 weeks before or not until 3 months after.
- You may experience allergic reactions which may be minor like itching, skin rash, transient fall in blood pressure or severe like chest pain, wheezing, breathlessness etc.
- Patients who are allergic to anti Rh D immunoglobulin or any of its ingredients should not take Anti Rh D Immunoglobulin.
- Rhesus-positive patients and in patient in whom spleen is removed Anti Rh D Immunoglobulin.