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  • Science of Hyperbilirubinemia

    Clinical Pathways of Bilirubin Production, Metabolism and Excretion and Effective Phototherapy Treatment

    427 STUDENTS ENROLLED

    Each year, approximately 60 – 70% of term and near-term infants will become visibly jaundiced. Jaundice management is one of the leading causes for hospital readmission during the first two weeks of life and one of the major reasons for prolonged hospitalization in an otherwise healthy term newborn.

    Please join us for a review the physiology of hyperbilirubinemia and evidence based clinical practice/treatment guidelines.

    Course Certificate: YES
    Course Instructors: Judy Moore

    NEW – This course qualifies for 1 CE Contact Hour – FREE

    Provider: Natus Medical Incorporated, approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider # CEP 16614

     

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    1. science of hyperbili

      5

      great program- very informative

    2. Hyperbilirubinemia

      5

      Excellent Review and explainations

    3. Very informative. Provides a good background in understanding hyperbilirubinemia and what to teach parents.

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