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Bandisoft Bandicam. MultiLan.Incl.Keymaker-MAZE.rar. Incl Keymaker-MAZE.A new study is casting doubt on the safety of a drug used to help premature babies develop quickly after birth.

The study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, found that infants exposed to the drug, dexamethasone, were more likely to develop jaundice than those exposed to another drug.

Jaundice, or yellowing of the skin, often appears in infants who have too much bilirubin in their blood. The amount of the blood pigment bilirubin rises when newborns don’t have enough of a substance called haptoglobin, and when mothers are given or give medications that interfere with haptoglobin production.

If not treated early, jaundice can lead to brain damage or even death.

Doctors have used steroids for decades to help the babies develop faster, but the new study found that infants born to mothers treated with dexamethasone had a higher risk of developing jaundice.

Birth (and NICU) without steroids vs a steroid regimen

Over the past three years, the rate of giving steroids to premature infants (those born at less than 37 weeks) in the United States declined by about 50%. (See graph below, adapted from the National Institutes of


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