newborn hepatitis

Neonatal jaundice is the yellowish staining of a neonate's skin and whites of their eyes brought on by excessive bilirubin levels. Babies that are born before 38 weeks and some breastfed infants also frequently have this problem. The signs may include excessive drowsiness or poor nutrition. Infants with mild jaundice frequently recover on their own in two to three weeks, but if not, the baby will need to be readmitted to the hospital for treatment. The treatment that decreases bilirubin levels in a newborn's blood is called phototherapy or light therapy. It generally happens as a result of RBC deterioration, liver disorders, hypothyroidism, etc.



 


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