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NNJNexus Network Journal
NNJNorth New Jersey
NNJNiigata Nippo Jigyousha (Japanese publisher)
NNJNeonatal Jaundice
NNJNot Now John (Pink Floyd song)
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- Neonatal jaundice management is anticipated to witness the maximum growth at a CAGR 6.5% over the forecast period due to increasing incidence of the disease
Main treatment modalities in neonatal jaundice are Phototherapy, exchange transfusion and intravenous immune globulin.
Validity of neonatal jaundice evaluation by primary health-care workers and physicians in Karachi, Pakistan.
Excelitas has supplied LEDs to develop a light blanket, also for treating babies suffering from neonatal jaundice. The blanket contains optical fibres that deliver light from a portable light source to the baby wrapped in it.
Two authors independently screened the citations and retrieved full publications for randomized trials on Yinzhihuang oral liquid combined with phototherapy for neonatal jaundice. The methodological quality of the trials was assessed according to the Cochrane Collaboration's tool for assessing risk of bias.
Our patient developed early neonatal jaundice, which was understood as a sign of perinatal infection, as indicated by increased inflammatory parameters, after which double empirical antibiotic therapy was introduced.
Neonatal jaundice is a common condition in neonates that is associated with the yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes, typically in the first few days after birth.
Neonatal jaundice (NNJ) is a common condition worldwide occurring in up to 60% of term and 80% of preterm newborns in the first week of life [1, 2].
[1] Neonatal Jaundice. London: National Collaborating Centre for Women's and Children's Health (UK), 2010; p.98.
In children with neonatal jaundice history the prolonged duration of neonatal jaundice was found to increase SLD risk by a factor 1.168 (p=0.018).
More recently, high-intensity gallium nitride light-emitting diode (LED) light sources have been developed to be used in phototherapy treatment in neonatal jaundice (8).
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