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Hyperbili/Jaundice

QuestionAnswer
what does unconjugated bilirubin bind to albumin
what is bilirubin conjugation catalysed by glucuronyl transferase
in what form is bilirubin excreted in the feaces stercobilin
why do neonates get jaundice immature liver and intestinal processes have decreased glucuronyl transferase
what is jaundice a states of hyperbilirubinaemia in excess 250umol/l
how much bilirubin does a neonate produce on a daily basis 8-10mg/kg
what are the three main contributors to jaundice polycythaemia, enzyme deficiency, diminished liver capacity
what is the total serum bilirubin level less than for physiological jaundice 221 umol/l
what is non-physical jaundice appears < 24hrs, unconjugated serum bilirubin >250 umol/l
what are the risk factors for iso-immunisation syntometrine miscarriage APH
what is kernicterus acute or chronic bilirubin encephalopathy
what is photo-isomerisation when bilirubin changes shape because its exposed to light
at what level can bilirubin absorb light 420-520nm
what is important to monitor when giving light therapy temp hydration eye protection
in what circumstances is an exchange transfusion necessary when the serum bilirubin indicates it or if acute bilirubinaemia is suspected
Created by: KerriPatton
 

 



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