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Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia: Mothers’ Traditional Measures in Pediatric Hospitals

Raghda Ahmed Kadhim, Nuhad Mohammed Aldoori.

Abstract
Objectives: The study intended to assess traditional measures among mothers of neonates with jaundice.

Methodology: “A descriptive - study design” loaded out to accomplish the goals, of the study; on a sample consisting of (155) mothers interviewed at the Neonatal Care Unit at Babylon pediatric hospitals, from 22 January to the 6 March 2020..

Results: Findings revealed that there is high significant relationship between (level of maternal practices) with their demographic data at p value ï‚£0.05,according to classification of Likert test.

Conclusion: There is a high significant relationship between mother’s and practices of mothers with their demographic data.

Recommendations: All babies should be checked for bilirubin level before discharge from hospital , as well as during the first clinic visit within first week after birth in order to protect baby from any chronic or retarded situations.

Key words: Mothers Traditional Measures, Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia.


 
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Raghda Ahmed Kadhim, Nuhad Mohammed Aldoori. Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia: Mothers’ Traditional Measures in Pediatric Hospitals. doi:10.31838/jcdr.2020.11.04.56


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