Excellent Care Checklist
for maternal red blood cell alloimmunization resulting in Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn (HDFN).
Maternal alloimmunization is a rare disease, which makes finding the right care difficult and overwhelming at times. Hopefully we can help you know what to look for when deciding which care team is right for you.
The following constitutes a list of management, intervention and support practitces which reflect the available peer-reviewed literature and expert opinion for the management of maternal red blood cell alloimmunization causing hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn (HDFN). This list is meant to serve as a resource as patients are selecting a care provider, and as a criterion which members of the Allo Hope Foundation (AHF) use to recommend doctors amongst our patient base.
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Updated October 2022