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*Ali Saleem Ahmed Lulaibi, Saif Nashwan Muayad ALsaati and Ammar Ahmed Abdulhakeem Mhmood


The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between gestational age and increased incidence of jaundice congenital and its relationship to other causes leading to increased incidence of infection and their negative impact on children's health. The study included follow-up (80) The situation of newborn children of both sexes aged (1 day to 10 days) After the cases were divided into groups according to gender, gestational age and weight, where comparison is made between these groups of the results of this study there is high significant (p <0.05) in the incidence of jaundice congenital in males 67.5% when compared with females 32.5%, was, also found high significant (p <0.05) in concentration of total bilirubin in males, but zero, the differences of the moral (p> 0.05) in pcv, weight and gestational age in patients with congenital jaundice in both sexes. a significant increase (p <0.05) in the incidence of neonatal jaundice between the groups was gestational age and gaze at the gestational age of at least 36 weeks (52.5%), which included each of the two groups (28-31) and (32-35) as reached (12.5% and 40%) when compared with gestational age (36-39) hit (47.5%), respectively, has shown a rise was not significant in the concentration of total bilirubin in gestational age (32-35) when compared with gestational age (28-31) and (36-39) hit (4.07 ± 18.13), (3.64 ± 15.12) and (3.12 ± 15.81) respectively, no significant differences in pcv for both groups, respectively While statistical analysis pointed to the existence of a significant reduction in weight for the same gestational age groups was above the gestational age (28-31), amounting to 0.45 ± 1.92)) when compared with gestational age (32-35) and (36-39), where reached values (0.48 ± 2.62) and (0.58 ± 2.78), respectively, but it is not clear any significant difference between the last two sets. The results indicated the relationship between weight and the incidence of jaundice congenital to the presence of high moral in the incidence of jaundice congenital between the totals of weight increase was evident in the group at least (3> kg), which included each of the two groups (1 - 1.9) and (2 - 2.9) it reached (15% and 48.75%) when compared with the group (3>) where was (36.25%), as of total bilirubin between the totals of the weights and was above the group (2 - 2.9), amounting to ( 4.14 ± 17.20) when compared with the group (1 - 1.9) and (3>), which amounted to (3.40 ± 15.40) and (3.28 ± 16.44), respectively, did not show any significant differences in the pcv of the groups themselves.

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