References - Neonatal Jaundice Other References

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  2. Sun CF, Chou CS, Lai NC, Wang WT. RHD gene polymorphisms among RhD-negative Chinese in Taiwan. Vox Sang 1998;75(1):52-7. BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: The rare occurrence of anti-D-associated hemolytic...

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  4. Feng CS, Wan CP, Lau J, Lam TK, Fok TF. Incidence of ABO haemolytic disease of the newborn in a group of Hong Kong babies with severe neonatal jaundice. J Paediatr Child Health 1990 Jun;26(3):155-7. Two methods were used to determine the incidence of ABO haemolytic disease of the newborn...

  5. Yeung CY, Lee FT, Wong HN. Effect of a popular Chinese herb on neonatal bilirubin protein binding. Biol Neonate 1990;58(2):98-103. A study on the effects of a popular Chinese herb commonly given to newborn infants was undertaken...

  6. Han P, Kiruba R, Ong R, Joseph R, Tan KL, Wong HB. Haematolytic disease due to ABO incompatibility: incidence and value of screening in an Asian population. Aust Paediatr J 1988 Feb;24(1):35-8. The population in Singapore is predominantly Asian, with Chinese forming the major ethnic group...