hemolytic anemia

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Synonyms for hemolytic anemia

anemia resulting from destruction of erythrocytes

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A low value of antibody concentration estimated using an auto-analyser had indicated that the infant would be mildly affected or unaffected and an increase in anti-D concentration indicated increasing severity of haemolytic disease.
Our findings concur with the American Academy of Pediatrics guideline, according to which infants without haemolytic disease do not require observation for rebound hyperbilirubinaemia and may be discharged from the hospital after discontinuation of phototherapy.
HS may manifest as haemolytic disease in the newborns and may present with anaemia and hyperbilirubinaemia.
A NEW 'revolutionary' and painless method for preventing the haemolytic disease of the newborn was announced yesterday by the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING).
Epidemiology of Rh haemolytic disease of the newborn in the United States.
Systematic review of intravenous immunoglobulin in haemolytic disease of the newborn.
Nicola had developed haemolytic disease of the newborn - a severe antibody reaction during pregnancy which meant her body would attack any unborn babies.
Four-month-old Euan was born with rhesus haemolytic disease, where the mother's immune system "attacks" her baby as an invader.
The four-month-old was born with a condition known as rhesus haemolytic disease, where the mother's immune system 'attacks' the baby as an invader.
She concluded he died from haemolytic disease of the new born, which only usually results in death in the Third World.
His statement came after concern from a scientist that up to 80,000 British mothers-to-be a year were put at risk by the use of UK Anti D immunoglobulin to protect against haemolytic disease, which Mr Dobson warned could cause fatalities, cerebral palsy or deafness.
Spectrum of neonatal haemolytic disease of foetus and newborn (HDFN) had faced profound and drastic transformations in the course of past 30 to 40 years.
It is clinically significant and may cause haemolytic disease of the newborn.