Liver Update: The Contribution of Neonatal Jaundice to Global Child Mortality: Findings From the GBD 2016 Study |
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Liver Update: The Contribution of Neonatal Jaundice to Global Child Mortality: Findings From the GBD 2016 Study

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Neonatal jaundice (NNJ), a transitional phenomenon, affects a majority of newborns. They mostly are associated with benign consequences in the first week of life and typically resolves within 3 to 5 days without significant complications in the absence of comorbid prematurity, sepsis, or hemolytic disorders. Severe NNJ may cause bilirubin-induced mortality or long-term neurodevelopmental impairments. Thus it is necessary to effectively evaluate it and treat. But the global burden of disease...
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