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Neonatal heel pricks

Neonatal heal pricks is a procedure used in many industrialised countries where a blood sample is taken from the heel of neonates[?].

This can be used for a variety of tests including:

Other potential tests include:

With genetic tests[?] becoming more common generally, there may be a wide range of genetic tests available to Neonatal heel pricks in the future.



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