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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    the percent decrease of transcutaneous bilirubinometry readings at the sites exposed directly to light chest and irradiation r 0 593 p less than 0 001 n 32 A significant positive correlation was also found between the percent decrease of serum bilirubin concentration and irradiation r 0 587 p less than 0 001 n 32 and the percent decrease of skin bilirubin at exposed sites chest and the percent decrease of

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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    correlated well with serum bilirubin concentrations measured by AO bilirubinometer 0 910 0 922 p less than 0 001 n 576 The 95 confidence limits were 3 04 mg dl for the forehead 2 85 mg dl for the chest and 2 84 mg dl for the sternum readings The overall mean of values from the forehead chest and sternum when compared with individual means was found to correlate better

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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    to decrease in a nonlinear fashion through the first 24 h of phototherapy However TcB readings after 12 h of phototherapy were about 50 of the initial readings p less than 0 001 declining minimally during the second 12 h of phototherapy suggesting saturation kinetics While serum bilirubin levels remained unchanged during the first 4 h of phototherapy thereafter they showed a rapid decline to 12 h of phototherapy The

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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    showed a highly significant coefficient or correlation r 0 99 for total serum bilirubin concentration The addition of hemolysates caused no effect on TcB reading obtained by the TcB instrument even at levels above those usually encountered in sera of newborn infants The AO cuvette is very suitable for use in this measurement since this method requires less than 15 microliters of serum One of the disadvantages of this method

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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    readings in Japanese newborn infants was day 6 significantly later than that of Caucasian infants day 3 4 We also attempted to estimate the total serum bilirubin concentrations using regression line relating TcB readings to serum bilirubin concentrations Our study demonstrated that estimated total serum bilirubin concentration from forehead TcB readings was 0 56 0 35 mg dl at birth thereafter increasing to 6 8 0 5 mg dl on

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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    1989 Nov 78 6 844 7 SWEDEN We studied the interinstrumental variability of the transcutaneous bilirubin meter TcB in 35 high risk neonates using eight commercially available TcB instruments Our study showed that commercially available TcB instruments were stable and

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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    of this study was to investigate whether hyperbilirubinemia greater than or equal to 15 mg dl could be predicted by TcB readings at birth or change of TcB readings during the first 24 hours of life Both the TcB at 24 hours and the ratio of increase of TcB during the first 24 hours per kg birthweight were useful in predicting the development of hyperbilirubinemia greater than or equal to

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  • Abstracts - Problem of Transcutaneous Bilirubinometry
    age might affect the accuracy and reliability of transcutaneous bilirubin measurements A total of 576 transcutaneous bilirubin measurements were performed on 336 Japanese full term breast fed newborn infants during the first 12 days of life We divided them into three groups according to postnatal age and studied the effect of postnatal age on the accuracy and reliability of TcB measurements Our study revealed that the most reliable site for

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