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Blood groups and Haemolytic Disease of the Newborn

A poster detailing Rhesus and ABO blood systems, and a brief outline of Haemolytic Disease of the Newborn.
Authored By Thomas Lemon on Friday 13th July 2012

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chrisltopher beale
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Posted over 6 years ago
Cool I came here from facebook. Interesting poster!
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Bob Griffin
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Posted over 6 years ago
Interesting
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Michael De Souza Rata
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Posted over 6 years ago
nice one tom
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Cath Kiernough
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Posted over 6 years ago
Gruesome !
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Thomas Lemon
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Posted over 6 years ago
@ cath = perhaps gruesome, but you wont forget it now! @ chris = man of few words @ jeremy = ok and ok
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Sheldon Cooper
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Posted over 6 years ago
I heard about this thing on facebook, and thought it was worth a look - just heading back to 3rd year and bit worried about Cranial nerves. This looks really good - I hope Meducation and other sites support the students who make these posters - becaus
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Chris Murphy
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Posted over 6 years ago
Cool
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Nick Ruskell
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Posted over 6 years ago
Cool - True about the picture - you wont forget it now!
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Chris Piper
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Posted over 6 years ago
So good - really genuinely helps!
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Lucas Brammar
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Medical Student
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Posted about 6 years ago
This is good and I like the format, but I think that there is a key point missing here - that the disease occurs in secondary pregnancies. Also, I'd clarify that it is the RhD+ IgG that crosses the placenta.
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Thomas Lemon
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Posted about 6 years ago
Thanks - CTGs is a good idea - I will work on something for this, ECGs there is loads of stuff already, and to be fair they all say the same thing Great to get feedback like this for all the stuff I have put up 'Sheldon Cooper' ---seriously??
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Rich Dufston
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Posted over 6 years ago
Cool and helpful, agree with sheldon (lol) this guy puts confusing things simply. PLEASE may this author do something on CTGs or ECGs - I would pay money for that!!!
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Debra Mason
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Posted over 4 years ago
My last son was a haemolitic newborn. He was delivered at 36 weeks and had ascities which they tapped and pulled off fluid. He had several transfusions the first three months of his life. Happy to say he survived and is studying for the MCATs!
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Jeremy Walker
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Site Administrator
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Posted over 6 years ago
Hi Thomas, I've increased the quality of the image for you (for reference, it's best to upload things like this as images, rather than PowerPoints if possible). I'd love to see any other work that you've got sitting on your computer!!
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Prins Van Een Koninkrijk
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Posted over 3 years ago
so cool!!!! thanks a million for this notes, they are mind blowing
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