Neonatal jaundice or neonatal hyperbilirubinemia, or neonatal icterus attributive
adjective: icteric, is a yellowing of the skin and other tissues of a newborn infant.
Infant jaundice is a yellow discoloration in a newborn baby's skin and eyes. Infant
jaundice occurs because the baby's blood contains an excess of bilirubin ...
Newborn jaundice occurs when a baby has a high level of bilirubin in the blood.
Bilirubin is a yellow substance that the body creates when it replaces old red ...
Feb 18, 2016 ... Newborn jaundice symptoms such as yellowing of the eyes and skin is common.
The newborn may also have a fever, ill appearance, and poor ...
Neonatal jaundice may have first been described in a Chinese textbook 1000
years ago. Medical theses, essays, and textbooks from the 18<sup>th</sup> and 19<sup>th</sup>
Infant jaundice (say: "john-diss") is when a baby's skin, eyes, and mouth turn a
yellow color. Jaundice is common in the first few days of a baby's life. The yellow
Newborn jaundice is when your baby's skin and the white parts of his eyes look
yellow. It's caused by the build-up of a substance in the blood called bilirubin.
Newborn jaundice is a common condition in newborns and presents as a
yellowing of the skin and eyes. It can occur when babies have a high level of
Introduction. Jaundice is a common and usually harmless condition in newborn
babies that causes yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes. The medical
Jaundice is clinically detectable in the newborn when the serum bilirubin levels
are greater than 85 μmol/L. This occurs in approximately 60% of term infants and