By Marcela Contreras
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Unlike the situation with other alloantibodies, ABO HDN may occur in the first or subsequent pregnancies, but is rarely severe and has not been reported to damage the fetus significantly. Maternal ABO antibody level does not correlate with fetal/ neonatal anaemia and testing the level of maternal ABO antibodies during pregnancy is not recommended. However, if an infant develops unexplained clinical jaundice within a few days of delivery, ABO HDN should be considered. The mother is always group O and the baby is group A or B.
ABO haemolytic disease of the newborn In the UK one in three fetuses are ABO incompatible with their mother, but ABO HDN is uncommon because most maternal antiA and anti-B is IgM and cannot cross the placenta. Moreover, A and B antigens are distributed in tissue and body fluids, thus competing for antibodies that may cross the placenta. Also, A and B antigens are poorly expressed on fetal red cells. However, some group O women (particularly of Asian and African origin) have high levels of anti-A and anti-B, with a significant IgG component.
The principles of management of HDN are similar regardless of the type of antibody involved, although the disease due to anti-K results in anaemia due to lack of mature red cells, rather than increased red cell destruction as the predominant clinical feature. Anti-K destroys red cell precursors, whereas Rh antibodies destroy mature red cells. During pregnancy small volumes of fetal red cells pass into the maternal circulation. This transplacental ‘leakage’ increases as gestation progresses. In the majority of RhD-negative women, an RhD-positive pregnancy does not stimulate the maternal immune system because the volume of red cells that crosses the placenta during pregnancy and at delivery is too low to be immunogenic, either because fetal red cells are rapidly cleared by the maternal mononuclear–phagocytic system or because the woman is a poor responder.