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Anti-D Immunisation Reporting

SHOT is conducting a study looking at women who have produced an immune anti-D that is detectable for the first time in the current pregnancy, whether detected at booking, 28 weeks, delivery or at any other time within the pregnancy.

For any women identified, there will be supplementary questions about previous pregnancies, recorded sensitising events, anti-D prophylaxis, and outcome.

It must be emphasised that this questionnaire is NOT for reporting adverse events relating to the requesting, issue and administration of anti-D immunoglobulin, but is to gain a better understanding of the causes of continuing anti-D immunisations.

From 27th March 2017 – To report a newly detected immune Anti-D, please report the incident to SHOT via SABRE as a serious adverse event (SAE) and select ‘Other / anti-D immunisation’ in the ‘Event involving’ field.