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The global burden of Rh disease
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    global burden of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia rather rh heolytic disease

    The article "Global Burden of Rh hemolytic disease" is an excellent article, highlighting the problem, statistics of the problem and preventive aspect. No doubt rh hemolytic disease is preventable as examplified in developing countires by antenatal rh group testing of mothers,use of anti-d and iv immunoglobulin in affceted neonates, along with effective phototherapy . In developing countries and in India, data from inst...

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