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neonate

[′nē·ə‚nāt]
(medicine)
A newborn infant.
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About 60 neonates are admitted to Lady Reading Hospital per day with capacity of 30 cots.
Conclusion: Supplementary feeding with syringe feeding as compared to bottle feeding does not confer any benefit in establishing exclusive breastfeeding in healthy term infants who are unable to breast feed for initial 12-24 hours and hence cannot be recommendedas the preferred method of supplementary feeding in this group of neonates.
5] Further, as described in the previous studies, there is difference in the contractile activity of colon and rectum of adult and neonate rats.
Nosocomial sepsis in neonates continues to be a major cause of mortality and morbidity in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).
Neonates of diabetic mothers who were not booked at our hospital.
The Neonatal Procalcitonin Intervention Study (NeoPInS) aimed to reduce the duration of antibiotic treatment in 1,710 neonates who were already receiving antibiotic therapy; enrolled in 18 hospitals in Canada, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, and Switzerland; and randomized to procalcitonin-guided decision making or standard care.
We are pleased to enroll the first patient in this multicenter, observational registry, which will generate data and insights concerning inhaled nitric oxide use in preterm neonates with pulmonary hypertension compared with term and near-term neonates with pulmonary hypertension," said Steven Romano, M.
Four neonates were male; for 1 of these in whom the genitalia were ambiguous (neonate 2), the sex was ascertained by identification of undescended testes at autopsy.
A total of 200 neonates, who were hospitalized in the NICU of SDMCMSandH were included in this single contact cross-sectional study.
4] CRP values start to increase 6-8 hours after infection and peak at ~24 hours, [4] with only 35-65% of neonates having a raised CRP at the onset of illness.