The app is designed for Pediatricians or Nurses who care for newborns
Jaundice Guide, developed by Mark M. Simonian MD, FAAP, is intended for use by pediatricians or registered nurses that care for the newborn during the first 100 hours of life. Parents or child care providers may review the information, but it is intended for use by professional providers like pediatricians and nurses. It is only part of the information used to determine if the newborn may require further professional testing or treatment.
This Guide is a reference aid. The information contained in the Google Assistant App is not intended to be a substitute for the medical judgement or reasoning.
The content is Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (H.I.P.A.A.) compliant and does not collect Personal Health Information or Protected Health Information that might identify the persons who are being evaluated, described, or provide the information.
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