This large, population-based study enables individualized hyperbilirubinemia prediction, taking interactions between different known and new risk factors into account. The most important management issue relates to feeding practices. Epidemiology of neonatal jaundice in the Jerusalem population. Vi använder cookies för att förbättra din upplevelse av bokus. Early and frequent breastfeeding decreases the risk, whereas inadequate breastfeeding can contribute to severe hyperbilirubinemia.
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Liver Diseases in Infancy and Childhood
Most of the newborn infants diagnosed with hyperbilirubinemia in our study and not mediated by hemolytic disease will have been treated with phototherapy. What This Study Adds: System-based approach to management of neonatal jaundice and prevention of kernicterus. Liver disorders caused by drugs or toxins are also considered, along with inborn errors of metabolism causing hepatomegaly or disordered liver function; familial and genetic structural abnormalities of the liver and biliary system; chronic hepatitis; and Wilson's disease. S17 — 20; discussion S35—