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National Institute of Child Health Karachi, is a tertiary care hospital that caters for a huge population of jaundiced neonates coming from urban and rural areas of Sindh and part of Baluchistan.
82mg/dl respectively Frequency of hypocalcemia in term jaundiced neonates receiving phototherapy were observed in 22.
This study was done to calculate the maternal and fetal mortality in jaundiced pregnant hospitalised cases.
We planned this study to find a way of decreasing burden on hospital staff, and providing the parents a more acceptable way of treating their jaundiced babies.
The objective of this study is to determine the frequency of G6PD deficiency in jaundiced neonates.
Jaundiced patients have marked systemic pathophysiological changes such as hyperbilirubinaemia, endotoxaemia, blood coagulation and liver function disorders, and renal, cardiac or pulmonary dysfunction.
This has meant some jaundiced babies being sent to hospital for tests to see if they need special treatment.
Jaundice is a common condition and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) states that 60% of term and 80% of pre-term infants are jaundiced in the first week (NICE, 2010).
present 13 chapters by pediatrics and other specialists from the US, Europe, and Nigeria, who detail the basic science and clinical information for understanding neonatal jaundice and associated brain damage and care of the jaundiced neonate.
I became jaundiced recently and when it all cleared up, the doctor said I should have a liver biopsy.
The most important part of the physical examination in a patient who is jaundiced is examination of the abdomen.