Information on the use of immunoglobulins is included in the Health Protection Agency's Immunoglobulin Handbook available at www.hpa.org.uk and in the Department of Health's publication Immunisation against Infectious Disease, www.dh.gov.uk
14.5.1 Normal immunoglobulins
14.5.2 Disease specific immunoglobulins
14.5.3 Anti-D (Rh0) immunuglobulin
NICE guidance TA156 (August 2008) recommends routine antinatal anti-D prophylaxis should be offered to all non-sentitised pregnant women who are rhesus negative.Two doses should be given: 1000-1650 units of anti-D immunoglobulin ahould be given at 28 weeks gestationand then at 34 weeks. Alternatively a single dose of 1500 units can be given between 28 and 30 weeks.
RED Anti-D (Rh0) immunoglobulin injection
250 units, 500 units, 1500 units, 2500 units