Questran - can questarn pouder be given to neonates to treat pathological jaundice?

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18 Nov 2009

I'm not sure - best to ask a pediatrician or pediatric nurse.

The dose guidelines given are for adults and children so I couldn't say for sure whether it is even approved for use in neonates.

http://www.drugs.com/cons/questran.html

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