Rh Incompatibility PPT: Definition, Causes, Risk-Factors and Complication Free Download: When a pregnant mother has Rh-negative blood and the unborn child has Rh-positive blood, the condition known as Rh incompatibility arises. Red blood cells from the developing foetus can enter the mother’s blood during pregnancy via the placenta.

Rh Incompatibility PPT: Definition, Causes, Risk-Factors and Complication

The Rh-positive foetal cells will be perceived as an alien material by the mother’s immune system if it is Rh-negative. The mother’s body produces antibodies that are directed towards the blood cells of the foetus.These antibodies can enter the unborn child through the placenta again. The baby’s circulating red blood cells are obliterated.

Bilirubin is created when RBCs broke down. Consequently, a baby turns yellow (jaundiced). The infant’s blood may include levels of bilirubin that range from low to extremely high.

Table of Content

  • Introduction
  • Symptoms of rh incompatibility 
  • How does Rh factor affect pregnancy?
  • Causes of rh incompatibility 
  • Risk-Factors of rh incompatibility
  • Diagnosis of rh incompatibility
  • How is Rh incompatibility treated?
  • Complications of rh incompatibility 
  • Prevention of rh incompatibility 
  • Conclusion

Rh Incompatibility PPT: Definition, Causes, Risk-Factors and Complication

Sumit ThakurUncategorizedRh Incompatibility PPT: Definition, Causes, Risk-Factors and Complication Free Download: When a pregnant mother has Rh-negative blood and the unborn child has Rh-positive blood, the condition known as Rh incompatibility arises. Red blood cells from the developing foetus can enter the mother's blood during pregnancy via the placenta. Rh Incompatibility...Seminar Topics