Jaundice in a newborn: How to head off an urgent situation. Second of two parts.


Extreme hyperbilirubinemia must be treated swiftly to prevent neurologic damage. Here are methods for determining a newborn's likelihood of developing severe jaundice and guidelines for treating those judged at greatest risk.

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