Impact of a standardized protocol for the Management of Prolonged Neonatal Jaundice in a regional setting: An interventional quasi-experimental study

Prolonged neonatal jaundice (PNNJ) is often caused by breast milk jaundice, but it could also point to other serious conditions (biliary atresia, congenital hypothyroidism). When babies with PNNJ receive a routine set of laboratory investigations to detect serious but uncommon conditions, there is always a tendency to overinvestigate a large number of well, breastfed babies. | Impact of a standardized protocol for the Management of Prolonged Neonatal Jaundice in a regional setting: An interventional quasi-experimental study

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