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Table 1 Changes in proportion of neonates hospitalized for indirect neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (INH), INH as sole clinical diagnosis, postnatal age at diagnosis, severity and mortality rate between 2009 and 2014

From: Indirect neonatal hyperbilirubinemia in hospitalized neonates on the Thai-Myanmar border: a review of neonatal medical records from 2009 to 2014

Time line

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Data available

 Refugee site

 Migrants sites

   

SBR available

 Refugee site

 Migrants sites

   

NICE guidelines and LED phototherapy available a

  

Proportion of NH by total livebirth, n, (%)

82/1520 (5.4)

112/1381 (8.1)

114/1298 (8.8)

364/2573 (14.1)

459/2547 (18.0)

449/2532 (17.7)

NH as sole clinical diagnosis in proportion of total NH b, n (%)

29/82 (35.4)

48/112 (42.9)

61/114 (53.5)

195/364 (53.6)

280/459 (61.0)

298/449 (66.4)

Postnatal age at diagnosis in hours, median, [IQR]

74.5 [48–106]

73.5 [22–122]

67.5 [47–102]

53.5 [37–91]

52 [33–77]

49 [33–81]

Severe INH in proportion of total INH, n (%)

30/82 (36.6)

39/112 (34.8)

17/114 (14.9)

46/364 (12.6)

43/459 (9.4)

37/449 (8.2)

Mortality rate in neonates with severe INH, n (%)

7/30 (23.3)

4/39 (10.3)

2/17 (11.8)

3/46 (6.5)

1/43 (2.3)

0/37 (0.0)

  1. Availability of data, SBR, NICE guidelines and LED phototherapy by sites
  2. aNICE guidelines and LED phototherapy became available in 2011 for all sites
  3. bClinical diagnoses do not include prematurity, G6PD deficiency or potential ABO incompatibility