Helps clinicians apply the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) guidelines for the management of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (jaundice).
Displays risk zone, intensive phototherapy guidelines, and risk factors based on the newborn's age and total serum bilirubin level. With Jaundice on your iPhone or iPod touch, you won't need to carry around the AAP (Bhutani) diagrams or try to eyeball the nomogram readings.
Supports US and SI units (mg/dL and µmol/L). Allows direct age input and includes the option to calculate age from birth and blood sample times.
Intended for use by pediatricians, neonatologists, physicians, and nurses who treat newborn infants in the hospital and as outpatients.
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+ Updated for iOS 7.
+ App can be used while on a phone call.
+ Displays decimal separator appropriate for locale.
Ratings and Reviews
Awesome application. Well worth the money just for calculating the baby's age at the time of the blood draw. The only future enhancement would be to show the result on the phototherapy nomogram to match what we are used to doing/visualizing on paper. Of course, if there were some way to also see the plotted values for the 2 prior days, etc. that would earn it 10 stars. Great job, as is. Jon
Please update! No longer calculates age!
This is a great product and as a neonatal nurse practitioner I use it often. Unfortunately, since updating to OS4 the program no longer calculates age and resets itself when I try. I attempted to re download but that did not fix the problem.
It works as billed. I used to use a pdf of the bili nomogram to determine risk/treatment levels. This is more straightforward and quicker to use. I also like the way it calculates the age in hours...not the most difficult calculation but just one less thing to do. Thank you
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.