Light Dose-Response Relationship in Phototherapy
The Kandang Kerbau Hospital, Singapore, presently delivers about 24,000 infants per year. The proportion of infants delivered according to ethnic groups reflects the ethnic composition of the country; of the total population of 2.44 million living in an island state of 618 square kilometres, 76.6% are Chinese, 14.3% Malays, 6.1% Indians, and the rest of mixed descent or Whites.
KeywordsBilirubin Concentration Neonatal Jaundice Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia Gunn Rat6 Severe Jaundice
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