STUDY ON ANTENATAL AND FETAL OUTCOMES AND COMPLICATIONS RHESUS ANTIGEN NEGATIVE PREGNANCY IMMUNIZED AND UNIMMUNIZED AND MEASURES TO PREVENT ADVENTITIOUS ONSET

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V. Sai Vaishnavi
Piyali Das

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Rhesus negative Antigen, Stillbirth, Erythroblastosis fetalis

Abstract

This study was an ambi-directional observational study to determine the lack of awareness on Rhesus negative pregnancy. In rural population, it is observed that Rhesus Negative pregnant women suffered abortions due to Rhesus negative incompatibility. An observational study was necessary to state the incidence and prevalence of abortions in woman with Rhesus negative pregnancy. This study brings limelight on the practices which still prevail that could result in frequent miscarriages, abnormal fetus and stillbirths.

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