Bilirrubinometro transcutáneo: una herramienta necesaria como screening de la hiperbilirrubinemia severa en neonatos antes del alta hospitalaria

  • Mirta Mesquita Hospital General Pediátrico “Niños de Acosta Ñu”. San Lorenzo, Paraguay.

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2019-11-15