I recently had the opportunity to review the topic of neonatal cholestasis with my neonatal colleagues. I reviewed two related conditions: parenteral nutrition associated liver disease (PNALD) and neonatal acute liver failure (NALF). Some of the material incorporates recommendations from NASPGHAN cholestasis guidelines and from NASPGHAN cholestasis slidesets. Much of the slideset information is publicly available on a YouTube lecture by Dr. Linda Book (link at bottom).
Full lecture: Neonatal Cholestasis for Neonatologists
Related blog posts:
- Guideline links for TEF and Infant Cholestasis
- Neonatal Cholestasis Lecture
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- Helpful Review on Biliary Atresia | gutsandgrowth
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