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Newborn's Clinical Status

The newborn showed no clinical evidence of HDFN or early newborn hyperbilirubinemia, with related laboratory tests as follows (laboratory's reference ranges for newborns in brackets):

Hemoglobin 16 g/dL [13.5 - 21.0 g/dL] 160 g/L [130.5 - 226.0 g/L]*
Hematocrit 52% [43-62%] 0.52 [0.43-0.62]
Total bilirubin (cord blood) 2.1 mg/dL [<2.5 mg/dL] 35.9 µmol/L [<43 µmol/L]

*Most countries that adopted SI do not use the official SI unit for Hb (mmol/L), but rather use g/L.