the nurses administered the anti D injection to the baby rather to the mother
Whoops, that's quite a mistake. Nursery nurses should know if its not something they usually do. In fact that order should never have gotten to the babies records. I'd love to know how that mistake was made. All I can find is that it is given to children for another purpose, but I can't find anything on if its a d positive child, which it probably is if the Mom needed RhoGam. They can give it to the mom when she is pregnant, the baby would get some of it then.
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