In the Prophylaxis of Rhesus Disease.
|a.||anti-D is not required if the mother is group O and the baby group B|
|b.||the routine dose of anti-D is 250 I.U.|
|c.||the Kleihauer test is no longer required|
|d.||prophylaxis is unnecessary in threatened miscarriage at 8 weeks|
|e.||routine provision of anti-D during pregnancy is recommended by NICE|
|f.||250 I.U. anti-D neutralises approximately 2 ml. fetal blood|
|g.||25% of failures to administer anti-D occur after miscarriage|