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Note: conundrums are not meant to have a “right” answer – they are to see how most people are practicing. Would love your comments also regarding your thought processes and the evidence behind your decisions. We can learn from each other!
Bilimeters are devices that measure bilirubin transcutaneously (ie without drawing blood). They work by directing light into the neonate’s skin and then measuring the intensity of specific wavelengths that return, and using this information to calculate bilirubin level.