Manage episode 298658236 series 2109484
Guest: Kenneth J. Moise, Jr., MD
Guest: Christopher Robinson, MD
Hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn (HDFN) is a rare disease that occurs due to the incompatibility between fetal and maternal red cell antigens. HDFN can lead to both short- and long-term consequences, including potentially fatal outcomes. In order to better prevent these associated issues, the timely evaluation, recognition, and treatment of HDFN are critical.
Listen in as three leading experts, Drs. Lee Shulman, Kenneth Moise, and Christopher Robinson, join together to discuss new epidemiologic evidence, the underlying pathophysiology of HDFN, health equity, and evolving management strategies you can implement to improve your clinical practice.