Rhesus Blood Group Negative?
I want to ask. what percentage is negative rhesus in Indonesia? then which country has the most negative rhesus population? then among all blood goals, which one has the most negative rhesus? one more thing, what if the mother with a positive Jesus has a rhesus negative child or vice versa? please answer.
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Overall, approximately 94% of the world's population has positive rhesus and only about 6% of the world's population has negative rhesus. The race that has the most negative rhesus is the Caucasian race (white race), while the least has the negative rhesus is the Asian race (including the Indonesian population).
Based on ABO blood type, blood type O has the most frequency, followed by blood type A, then B, and the least frequency is blood type AB. The distribution of negative rhesus in ABO blood group also follows this frequency, meaning that blood group O has the most negative rhesus frequency (8% in caucasian race, 1% in asian race), followed by blood type A (7% in caucasian race, 0.5 % in Asian race), blood type B (2% in Caucasian race, 0.4% in Asian race), blood type AB (1% in Caucasian race, 0.1% in Asian flavor).
Mothers with positive rhesus containing children with rhesus negative do not require any treatment. Problems can arise only if the mother with negative rhesus contains a child with rhesus positive. The first pregnancy in this condition usually does not cause any problems, but if the mother is pregnant with a child with rhesus positive again, then Rh incompatibility can occur. In this case, the immune system against Rh that is formed in the first pregnancy can destroy the blood of children in the second pregnancy so that certain complications can occur in the fetus (can be mild like a baby born yellow, or very severe to cause fetal death). In this case, pregnant women with rhesus negative (who have a positive rhesus partner) will be given therapy with Rh immunoglobulin to prevent the formation of antibodies to Rh positive if the baby has Rh positive.
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