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Contract Award Notice: NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde has a requirement to purchase a number of transcutaneous Bilirubinometers for non-invasive measurement of neonatal jaundice.
In phototherapy, blue fluorescent lights are used in the treatment of neonatal jaundice, a disorder in which the skin and whites of the eyes become yellow due to high levels of the pigment bilirubin in the blood.
gt; Preterm baby admitted in NICU and requiring ventilator etc, high levels of neonatal jaundice
The surgical causes of prolonged neonatal jaundice include BA, hypoplasia of bile ducts, inspissated bile ducts, choledochal cysts and spontaneous bile duct perforation.
Delaying cord clamping is not linked to neonatal jaundice or other adverse health effects and should be standard care after uncomplicated pregnancies, according to the study.
PAKISTAN Newborn babies, receive phototherapy treatment against neonatal jaundice, at the nursery room of a hospital in Rawalpindi.
The most common clinical signs are neonatal jaundice and acute hemolytic anemia, and, thus, their consideration as major risk factors for neonatal hyperbilirubinemia.
The cause of severe neonatal jaundice was undetermined in almost 45 per cent of cases.