An Evidence-Based Review of Hyperbilirubinemia in the Late Preterm Infant, with Implications for Practice: Management, Follow-Up, and Breastfeeding Support
SIX-DAY-OLD BABY DANNY WAS brought to the pediatric Emergency Department (ED) by his parents with chief complaints of persistent sleeping, difficulty arousing for feedings, and a lack of interest in breastfeeding. Danny's parents reported that he had had only two wet and very yellow diapers within the past 12 hours. Danny's mother was concerned because he had not had a bowel movement for more than 48 hours.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-11-01
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