KLEIHAUER BETKE TEST PDF

For questions regarding the Interface Map, please contact interface. Detect fetal hemoglobin in maternal blood to determine the presence and extent of fetal-maternal hemorrhage. Determine appropriate dose of Rh immunoglobulin therapy in Rh negative mothers. Specimens collected after Rh immunoglobulin administered, Cord or Fetal blood, Clotted specimens. The quantitation of fetomaternal hemorrhage by this method is inherently imprecise. Therefore, it is important to provide a safety margin when calculating the dose of RhIG.

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For questions regarding the Interface Map, please contact interface. Detect fetal hemoglobin in maternal blood to determine the presence and extent of fetal-maternal hemorrhage.

Determine appropriate dose of Rh immunoglobulin therapy in Rh negative mothers. Specimens collected after Rh immunoglobulin administered, Cord or Fetal blood, Clotted specimens. The quantitation of fetomaternal hemorrhage by this method is inherently imprecise.

Therefore, it is important to provide a safety margin when calculating the dose of RhIG. Increased Acid Resistant Cells may be found in some hemoglobinopathies, beta thalassemias and hereditary persistence of fetal hemoglobin.

Results must be interpreted with caution in these situations. Kleihauer-Betke Stain for Fetal Hemoglobin Copy Utility. Choose the Right Test. Hemolytic Disease of the Fetus and Newborn. Example Reports. Kleihauer-Betke Stain. Download to Excel. Ordering Recommendation Recommendations when to order or not order the test.

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Kleihauer-Betke KB Test. The KB test is performed to quantitate the number of fetal cells present in the maternal circulation. Once the size of the feto-maternal hemorrhage FMH is determined, the appropriate RhIG dose can be calculated and administered to prevent the mother from making anti-D. The test is based on the principle that red cells containing fetal hemoglobin HbF are less susceptible to acid elution than cells containing adult hemoglobin HbA.

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