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Infrared irradiance from phototherapy units and the effect on osmolality of serum and urine in term infants.
  1. A Habel,
  2. I Swann


    The osmolality of urine increased in 10 term infants receiving phototherapy. Phototherapy units made locally were likely to emit more infrared radiation than a unit available commercially, but both types led to falsely increased incubator thermometer readings. Interposing a 6-mm acrylic sheet prevents these effects.

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