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How to Get Rid of Hyperbilirubinaemia


Causes of Hyperbilirubinaemia

Haemolysis, rhesus incompatibility, and prematurity

Signs and Symptoms of Hyperbilirubinaemia

Kernicterus (choreoathetosis), opisthotonus, spasticity, convulsions

Information of Hyperbilirubinaemia

Prevention by anti-rhesus globulin; neonatal treatment by exchange transfusion

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