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Transcutaneous bilirubinometer

what's the device and what it is used for?

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it's transcutaneous bilirubinometer. it's used for screening neonates for jaundice. it's non-invasive and the results come in seconds!!
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Its transcutaneous Bilirubinometer. Its used for screening neonatal jaundice. I have one too. Handy for opd practice. U have not shown the charger.
The BiliChek noninvasive, transcutaneous bilirubinometer assesses the risk of hyperbilirubinemia (newborn baby jaundice) in newborns. Using light instead of a needle, it allows you to easily measure serum bilirubin levels.
SUGGESTIVE. OF BILIRUBINOMETER ....TRABSCUTANEOUS... FOR NEO NATAL. SCREENING OF JAUNDICE
It is used for Jaundice detection in Infant
Used to assess for neonatal jaundice.
it's transcutaneous bilirubinometer. it's used for screening neonates for jaundice. it's non-invasive and the results come in seconds!!
Transcutaneous Bilirubinometer Used for screening neonatal jaundice.
It appears to be glucometer Or pulse oxymeter
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