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Is there a cure for neonatal jaundice?

Is there a cure for neonatal jaundice?

It depends: There are several dozen common causes of neonatal jaundice some of which are curable some of which are self limited others of which are fatal. ...Read more

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Jaundice (Definition)

Jaundice is the accumulation in the body of bilirubin. Normally it is excreted by the liver, via the bile. For a lot of different reasons, sometimes the bilirubin can accumulate. The most common reasons are a problem with the liver or the bile duct. This can make the skin and/or the whites of the eyes turn yellow. If this occurs, see your ...Read more


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How does phototherapy cure jaundice for newborn babies?

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How does phototherapy cure jaundice for newborn babies?

Excrete via urine: Jaundice is a result of accumulation of bilirubin, end product of destroyed red cells. The bilirubins deposited under skin undergoes change in physical character when exposed to special light, i.e. To become water soluble. This change allows excess bilirubins deposited under skin to be excreted through urine. ...Read more

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Treatment of constipation in 3-4weeks old neonate?

Treatment of constipation in 3-4weeks old neonate?

Constipation: If you are breastfeeding a breast fed baby can have a stool with each feeding , go once a day or may take a week to have a stool. He is not considered constipated. If you are bottle feeding, make such he is not getting excessive amounts of milk. You may add a teaspoon or two of dark karo syrup to the formula to help the constipation. ...Read more

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What is the cure for swollen kidney in infants?

What is the cure for swollen kidney in infants?

Find cause first: First the cause of the problem has to be identified before a treatment can be advised. ...Read more

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What is the effective cure for colds in premature babies?

What is the effective cure for colds in premature babies?

Clean the nose: First, because babyes are nose breathing. Tylrnol for fever. Humidifayer also helps. ...Read more

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What is the most effective cure for colds in premature babies?

What is the most effective cure for colds in premature babies?

Time: And simple supportive care. Sit the child up to help drainage, suction the nose and mouth to clear mucous and (if available), a humidifier in the room - all may help. ...Read more

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Does a cure exist for acute myocarditis in infants?

Does a cure exist for acute myocarditis in infants?

Mycarditis: Myocarditis has many causes and some of these causes are treatable. Examples are the myocarditis that is associated with kawasaki disease treated with steroids or ivig. The myocarditis associated with rheumatic fever is also treatable. ...Read more

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How serious is congenital CMV in a newborn?

How serious is congenital CMV in a newborn?

CMV: from being asymptomatic to death hearing loss vision loss mental disability seizures lack of coordination are some of the other permanent disabilities ...Read more

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How concerning is bilirubin in infants?

How concerning is bilirubin in infants?

Bilirubin: Mild jaundice in newborns is harmless. However, if the level gets too high, it can cause brain damage. That's why you want to make sure to have it ministered by your doctor. ...Read more

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Treatment for hepatomegly with minimal ascitis in dengue fever for 1year babay ?

Treatment for hepatomegly with minimal ascitis in dengue fever  for 1year babay
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See pediatrician: Unusual to see ascites in a one year old, and doubt it is related to dengue alone. This needs to be fully evaluated by a pediatric specialist and should not be delayed. This is not likely to even be dengue hemorrhagic fever. Something else serious may be going on. Hope baby is better soon. ...Read more

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What race of newborns are usually born with lanugo? Is it common in white newborns?

What race of newborns are usually born with lanugo? Is it common in white newborns?

In all ethnic group: Lanugo just refers to the fine, soft, downy hair on baby skin. Lanugo is from a latin word lana (wool) and only refers to "soft like wool" feel of the first hair. The hair sometime sheds before birth so some babies may not have it, but many do so and happens in all ethnic group. This hair usual sheds off quick--days to max 3-4 month, then normal hair. Have fun learning. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the cure for diaphragm rututre in infants?

What is the cure for diaphragm rututre in infants?

Surgical repair: These may occur either prior to or soon after birth. Efforts to stabilize the kid include insertion of an orogastric tube to keep air from inflating the bowel and stomach more.(that worsens the process) Airway is assured and fluids maintained lines in arteries and veins. Movement to a hospital capable of surgical repair and advanced neonatal care is routine. ...Read more

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What causes neonatal jaundice in breastfed baby?

What causes neonatal jaundice in breastfed baby?

Depends,often normal: Mild jaundice is common & results from the baby's GI system just maturing & being able to excrete bilirubin. This happens when the liver becomes more functional during the first week or so of life. As the baby feeds, bilirubin leaves the body in the stool (hence yellow stools) & urine. If breastmilk is not yet in, more jaundice may occur. In other babies, it can be due to more serious conditions. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for jaundice in 8 year d?

What is the treatment for jaundice in 8 year d?

Serious: Consult a pediatrician. There may be many causes, including infections , blood disorders & liver disease. ...Read more

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What is the longterm cure for eczema in children?

What is the longterm cure for eczema in children?

None: Eczema has no " cure"= there are great ways to avoid triggers and treat flares- but as far as taking something or undergoing some treatment to completely be "cured" - none that i know of.. Sorry - - good luck! ...Read more

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What is the diet recommended for jaundice patients?

What is the diet recommended for jaundice patients?

None: There is no particular diet that will help patients with jaundice. It is important to see a doctor and get the diagnosis of the underlying cause of the jaundice, so that it can be treated appropriately. Jaundice can be caused by liver disease, bile duct disease, pancreatic disease, or diseases of the blood. It can be benign or caused by cancer. Jaundice should never by ignored. ...Read more

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How many days are required to recover from jaundice in new born baby?

Family practice: It matters how high the bilirubin went and the cause. If its ABO blood type incompatibility the it may take longer and more aggressive measures. Newborns have underdeveloped livers and have high bilirubin levels anyway. If levels increase more than 5 each day it's considered abnormally high. A bili light is used and treated until levels get under 10 or close to it usually 3 days. ...Read more

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What is the basic treatment for adults with jaundice?

What is the basic treatment for adults with jaundice?

Evaluate the cause: Jaundice, which is due to serious liver diseae, sometimes will show up first by a yellowing of the whites of the eyes. The urine will also be quite discolored. If this occurs, you will need to quickly see a gastroenterologist, especially with a liver orientation if possible, and find the cause and recommend treatment. This can be very serious. ...Read more

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Jaundice (Definition)

Jaundice is the accumulation in the body of bilirubin. Normally it is excreted by the liver, via the bile. For a lot of different reasons, sometimes the bilirubin can accumulate. The most common reasons are a problem with the liver or the bile duct. This can make the skin and/or the whites of the eyes turn yellow. If this occurs, see your ...Read more


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Neonatal (Definition)

The term neonatal is generally used to describe events that occur with an infant within the first 30 days after birth.Some practitioners are looser with the definition & extend the ...Read more