[Flow cytometry: a fast method to detect foetomaternal haemorrhage].


The passage of foetal blood into maternal circulation is termed a foetomaternal haemorrhage (FMH). Most cases are clinically insignificant. However, in some cases a large FMH causes serious anaemia in the newborn child. Flow cytometry is a precise and fast method to analyse maternal blood for FMH and can be used both antenatally and postnatally. The… (More)


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