The Prenatal Decision Tree can be used as a step by step guide through the proper course of prenatal care for alloimmunized patients according to current medical literature. This chart can be used for any antibody which may cause HDFN (anti-D, anti-K, anti-E, anti-c, anti-Dia, etc). If your care plan differs from this, discuss it with your physicians and seek a second opinion if needed. For additional references and a more in-depth explanation of the information in this tree, please see our Providers page. When you click submit, there will be an option to download a PDF copy of your tree for your records. You may print, save, or discard this copy. This interactive tool is based on a flow chart provided by Dr. Kenneth Moise. To view the complete chart, click the image below. .
Disclaimer: This website does not provide specific medical advice or recommendations for individual patients. The Allo Hope Foundation strongly recommends that care and treatment related to alloimmunization and HDFN be made in consultation with your physicians who are familiar with your individual health situation. Individuals should not rely on the information posted on this website as a substitution for speaking with qualified healthcare professionals. As in every case, your unique medical needs and conditions require a healthcare provider familiar with your situation. While the Allo Hope Foundation can provide resources and education about current standards of care and current medical literature, we cannot be used as a substitute for qualified medical care. While our web site content is frequently updated, medical information changes rapidly and therefore, some information may be out of date, and/or contain inaccuracies or typographical errors.