Blood Group Incompatibility

Publication Title: 
American Journal of Transplantation: Official Journal of the American Society of Transplantation and the American Society of Transplant Surgeons

The organ donor shortage has been the most important hindrance in getting listed patients transplanted. Living kidney donors who are incompatible with their intended recipients are an untapped resource for expanding the donor pool through participation in transplant exchanges. Chain transplantation takes this concept further, with the potential to benefit even more recipients.

Author(s): 
Butt, F. K.
Gritsch, H. A.
Schulam, P.
Danovitch, G. M.
Wilkinson, A.
Del Pizzo, J.
Kapur, S.
Serur, D.
Katznelson, S.
Busque, S.
Melcher, M. L.
McGuire, S.
Charlton, M.
Hil, G.
Veale, J. L.
Publication Title: 
Chinese Medical Journal

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of traditional Chinese herbal medicine on the prevention of hemolytic disease caused by maternal-fetal blood group incompatibility. METHODS: A total of 126 Chinese patients with maternal-fetal blood group incompatibility were studied, including 105 cases of ABO type and 21 cases of Rh type incompatibility. The traditional Chinese herbal medicine was used for preventative treatment in 79 cases, and 47 cases served as controls.

Author(s): 
Bian, X.
Xu, Y.
Zhu, L.
Gao, P.
Liu, X.
Liu, S.
Qian, M.
Gai, M.
Yang, J.
Wu, Y.
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