Study supports hospital bilirubin testing of newborns

09/29/2009 | MSN

A study in Pediatrics suggested hospital-based, universal screening of newborns for high bilirubin levels is the best way to prevent severe jaundice before it leads to brain damage. AAP screening guidelines call for each newborn to be given a bilirubin blood test or undergo an assessment.

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