Phototheraphy and exchange transfusion, Biology

PHOTOTHERAPHY AND EXCHANGE TRANSFUSION:

This section will enable you to acquire skills related to phototherapy and exchange transfusion. You will also review the indications, contraindications, procedure and your role in phototherapy and exchange transfusion. We shall also discuss  the complications  of  each  of  these at  the end of  procedure. Before, beginning this practical, it is essential for you to revise the various conditions in which a neonate will require these  two procedures. You should also review the various aspects of  jaundice in  the newborn. As you go through this section, you will gain  the knowledge and skills needed to carry out phototherapy and assist at an exchange transfusion.  

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