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THE EFFECT OF SHRIKHESHT ON INFANT'S BLOOD SODIUM

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 Background: Jaundice is a common problem in the neonatal period especially in preterm infants, because 60-80% of them have jaundice. One of the traditionally drugs that use for newborns jaundice is shirkhisht in Iran and Afghanistan and said that shirkhisht has laxative effect thus we decide to study the effect of shirkhisht on newborns serum sodium.Method: we studied 104 newborns ( 50 and 54 newborns respectively in case and control groups ) with indirect hyperbilrobinemia by prospective double blind method in Imam reza hospital newborn intensive care unit from 2001 to 2003.Results: in this study the serum sodium in both groups were not statistically significant (p=0/48). The serum sodium levels in both groups 24 and 48 hours after shirkhisht and placebo were not significant statistically (0.45 and 0.49).Conclusion: this study showed six gram shirkhisht did not change serum sodium levels than placebo.

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