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Neonatal Jaundice SGD. Dr Saffiullah AP Paeds. By the end of this discussion you should be able to; 1.Make a differential diagnosis of common and significant causes of jaundice in neonates

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neonatal jaundice sgd

Neonatal JaundiceSGD

Dr Saffiullah

AP Paeds

learning outcomes

By the end of this discussion you should be able to;

1.Make a differential diagnosis of common and significant causes of jaundice in neonates

2.Differentiate between physiological and pathological jaundice including persistent jaundice in neonates

3.Organise investigations for neonates presenting with jaundice

4.Management of common and significant causes of neonatal jaundice

5.Indications and side effects of different treatment modalities of neonatal jaundice including phototherapy

Learning outcomes
physiologic jaundice

Clinical jaundice appears at 2-3 days.

  • Total bilirubin rises by less than 5 mg/dl per day.
  • Peak bilirubin occurs at 3-5 days of age.
    • Peak bilirubin concentration in Full-term infant <12mg/dl
    • Peak bilirubin concentration in Premature infant <15mg/dl
Physiologic jaundice
pathologic jaundice

Clinical jaundice is not resolved in 2 weeks in the term infant and in 4 weeks in the Preterm infant.

  • Clinical jaundice appears again after it has been resolved.
  • Direct(conjugated) bilirubin concentration is more than 1.5 mg/dl .
Pathologic jaundice
case 1

A 10 hours old baby boy born at term developed jaundice?

1.What 6 relevant things would you ask in the history?

2.What 6 relevant things would you look for in examination?

1.What 6 investigations you would order?

2.How would you plan the treatment?

3.What 2 treatment modalities would you consider?

Case 1
case 2

SBR 20 mainly indirect

  • Hb 10, wbc 8000 and platelets 300000
  • Mothers blood group O Rh positive, Baby’s A Rh positive
  • Coombs test positive
Case 2
case 3

SBR 20 mainly indirect

  • Hb 10, wbc 8000 and platelets 300000
  • Mothers blood group B Rh negative, Baby’s A Rh positive
  • Coombs test positive
Case 3
case 4

SBR 20 mainly indirect

  • Hb 10, wbc 8000 and platelets 300000
  • Mothers blood group A Rh positive, Baby’s A Rh positive
  • Coombs test negative
  • Blood film showed spherocytes
Case 4
case 5

SBR 20 mainly indirect

  • Hb 10, wbc 20000 and platelets 300000
  • Mothers blood group A Rh positive, Baby’s A Rh positive
  • C reative protein CRP 150
  • Coombs test negative
Case 5
case 6

SBR 20 mainly indirect

  • Hb 10, wbc 8000 and platelets 300000
  • Mothers blood group A Rh positive, Baby’s A Rh positive
  • Coombs test negative
  • G6PD low
Case 6
side effects of phototherapy

Increased water loss

  • Diarrhea
  • Retinal damage
  • Bronze baby, tanning
  • Mutations in DNA?  shield scrotum
  • Disturb of mother-infant interaction
Side effects of phototherapy
case 61

4 weeks old baby girl presented with jaundice which started in the first couple of days.On examination she was jaundice and has hepatomegaly.

1.What 6 important questions would you ask from her mother to help you with diagnosis?

2.What 4 investigations would you do?

Case 6
case 62

SBR 20 ,19 direct, 1 indirect

  • Hb 15, wbc 8000 and platelets 300000
  • Mothers blood group O Rh positive, Baby’s O Rh positive
  • Coombs test negative
  • Ultrasound abdomen hepatomegaly, gallbladder not visualised
  • HIDA scan
Case 6
other differentials

TFT raised TSH

  • Urine for reducing substances
  • Urine culture
Other differentials