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Anti-D immunoglobulin. Gloved hand holding the packaging for D-Gam, a form of human anti-D immunoglobulin. This is injected into mothers to prevent Rhesus disease. This injection is necessary for RhD-negative mothers with RhD-positive babies because antibodies formed by the mother may cause complications for subsequent RhD-positive babies.
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