Neonatal Jaundice (1)

Neonatal jaundice (1)

Neonatal jaundice

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Neonatal Jaundice (1)

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Jaundice or yellow characteristic is often found in newborns within normal limits on the second day to the third day. Normally, it will disappear on the tenth day. Therefore, towards the returning home of the baby, jaundice must get attention.  Regarding, it may be pathological. Physiological jaundice is a kind of Jaundice experienced by most of these newborns. Bilirubin is the result of hemoglobin metabolism contained in red blood cells.

These red blood cells have a certain age, 120 days in adults and about 70-90 days in neonates. The shortage of red blood cells occurs because of the condition of immature neonates red blood cells, the cells have large nuclei so it is very easy to experience hemolysis. When it reaches its time, these red blood cells will undergo destruction.

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