Le texte complet de cet article est disponible en PDF. Abstract Purpose of the study Recherche femmes tunisie evaluate the prevalence of alloimmunization in women followed in an obstetrical environment in Tunisia, to identify the recherche femmes tunisie of antibodies found and to determine factors that could influence the appearance of this immunization. Methods We proceeded to a retrospective analysis of search for irregular antibodies at women followed up in obstetrical environment over nine consecutive years — Results Overall women benefited from antibody testing average: 1.
The results were positive for women 5. Among identified antibodies, those immune were found in women.
The rate of alloimmunization was 3. The majority of the antibodies found was anti-Rh1, isolated or associated with another antibody, in The immunization of women according to the number of gestations showed a significant increasing rate ranging from 2.
In addition, a significant difference was also noted between the rate of immunization in women who had received anti-Rh1 immunoglobulin and those who had not. Conclusion Anti-Rh1 immunization is the most frequent in the population of studied women.
This could denote of an insufficiency in pregnancies follow-up and immunoprophylaxis protocols.