A 28-week, Rh D-negative, pregnant patient with a history of previously delivering an Rh D-positive baby presents for prophylactic administration of...
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A 28-week, Rh D-negative, pregnant patient with a history of previously

delivering an Rh D-positive baby presents for prophylactic administration of Rh (D) immune (anti-D immune globulin). The patient does not have isoimmunization.
Final diagnoses: (1) Encounter for prophylactic administration of Rh (D) immune, (2) 28 weeks' gestation.
Assign the appropriate codes.
ICD-10-CM or ICD-10-PCS

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