It is widely known that hyperbilirubinemia (colloquially known as jaundice) is a common neonate ailment developed in about 50% of term and 80% of preterm neonates. This condition arises from bilirubin deposits in the skin and causes yellow coloring in newborns. [1] If left untreated, neonates are at risk of developing extreme hyperbilirubinemia which can lead to neurological impairment (bilirubin related encephalopathy). [2]

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