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Apt test: The Apt test is an analysis of newborn stools for fetal or maternal blood; fetal blood hemoglobin is resistant to sodium hydroxide denaturization and will remain red, whereas maternal blood hemoglobin is sensitive and will turn to a brown stain.
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Apt test: A test to determine whether blood in the stool or vomit from a newborn originated from the newborn or is due to swallowing the mother's blood.
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