HyperRHO S/D Full Dose

HyperRHO S/D Full Dose Mechanism of Action

anti-d immunoglobulins




Grifols Asia Pacific
Full Prescribing Info
HyperRHO S/D Full Dose is used to prevent isoimmunization in the Rho(D) negative individual exposed to Rho(D) positive blood as a result of a fetomaternal hemorrhage occurring during a delivery of an Rho(D) positive infant, abortion (either spontaneous or induced), or following amniocentesis or abdominal trauma. Similarly, immunization resulting in the production of anti-Rho(D) following transfusion of Rh positive red cells to an Rho(D) negative recipient may be prevented by administering Rho(D) Immune Globulin (Human).
Rh hemolytic disease of the newborn is the result of the active immunization of an Rho(D) negative mother by Rho(D) positive red cells entering the maternal circulation during a previous delivery, abortion, amniocentesis, abdominal trauma, or as a result of red cell transfusion. HyperRHO S/D Full Dose acts by suppressing the immune response of Rho(D) negative individuals to Rho(D) positive red blood cells. The mechanism of action of HyperRHO S/D Full Dose is not fully understood.
The administration of Rho(D) Immune Globulin (Human) within 72 hours of a full-term delivery of an Rho(D) positive infant by an Rho(D) negative mother reduces the incidence of Rh isoimmunization from 12%-13% to 1%-2%.
The 1%-2% treatment failures are probably due to isoimmunization occurring during the latter part of pregnancy or following delivery. Bowman and Pollock have reported that the incidence of isoimmunization can be further reduced from approximately 1.6% to less than 0.1%by administering Rho(D) Immune Globulin (Human) in two doses, one ante - natal at 28 weeks' gestation and another following delivery.
In a clinical study in eight healthy human adults receiving another hyperimmune immune globulin product treated with solvent/detergent, Rabies Immune Globulin (Human), HyperRAB S/D, prepared by the same manufacturing process, detectable passive antibody titers were observed in the serum of all subjects by 24 hours post injection and persisted through the 21 day study period. These results suggest that passive immunization with immune globulin products is not affected by the solvent/detergent treatment.
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