Since 2004, the American Academy
of Pediatrics has recommended the
use of ETCO testing.

AAP Guidelines recommend the use of ETCO testing in newborns 35 weeks’ gestation or more who:5

  • 1.are receiving phototherapy, or
  • 2.have TSB rising rapidly, or
  • 3.have TSB approaching transfusion levels, or
  • 4.have jaundice unexplained by history and physical.

Published data show that ETCO testing, unlike blood tests, provides an accurate measure of hemolysis.6 The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has recommended the use of ETCO to directly measure bilirubin production rates in newborns. Multiple clinical trials have validated the ability of the CoSense ETCO Monitor to measure ETCO, which may be used to detect the rate of hemolysis in newborns.7,8

CoSense® ETCO Monitor – Soleno