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If this preliminary research pans out, the skin sensor-and-device combination could make possible continuous, noninvasive monitoring of blood levels of cholesterol, sodium, iron, bilirubin, and liver and kidney enzymes as well as glucose.
The BiliScreen app uses the smartphone's camera along with a series of algorithms to check for levels of bilirubin in the whites of a person's eyes.
The app, called BiliScreen, uses the smartphone's camera along with a series of algorithms to check for levels of bilirubin in the whites of a person's eyes.
Rarely, a baby with very high bilirubin levels may require a blood transfusion.
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medical Definition of bilirubin
- … they may become jaundiced, their skin tinged yellow by the release of the pigment bilirubin from their damaged liver.
- —Larry Thompson, Discover, March 1994
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