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The world’s first system to detect jaundice in newborns

The world’s first system to detect jaundice in newborns

Tokyo: The majority of newborns suffer from some form of jaundice. Now an easy-to-use tool for instant diagnosis. The system also monitors children’s other physical conditions. This device can be worn which is also the first wearable of its kind.
As the level of cat ribbon in the blood of the majority of newborns increases, the color of the baby turns yellow. When things go awry, it can affect a child’s life and usually affect the brain. If a newborn baby becomes jaundiced, sitting in the sun or with a blue light scatters the cat’s ribbon and is excreted in the urine.

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