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neonate

[′nē·ə‚nāt]
(medicine)
A newborn infant.
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A random effect of the mother on mass of neonates also existed (effects of mother, SD = 0.
The neonates (7 male) had been delivered at term by normal vaginal delivery (11) or by Cesarean section (3) and did not have any evidence of congenital or acquired disease at the time of sampling.
Four neonates having upper or mid abdominal surgery received TAP blockade after sevoflurane general anaesthesia with tracheal intubation.
Also, he said that the disruption of sleep mechanisms by prenatal smoking exposure may predispose neonates to alterations in some physiological function (such as ventilation) and can result in long-term neurocognitive disorders.
Because the MicroSlide method was not suitable for neonates, and we were seeking a faster alternative to sending specimens to another laboratory, we evaluated the VITROS hsCRP MicroTip method, including dilutions, for use with neonates (age <6 months).
Frequent defaecation in neonates and infants, compared with older children and adults, can reduce absorption.
3) A Additional research showed that low levels of 2,3 DPG in stored red blood cells did not affect the oxygen carrying capacity in neonates transfused with small aliquots of blood (> 15 mL/kg).
On PND21, neonates were separated from the dams and group housed with littermates (three per cage).
Awareness of the pathophysiologic concerns about preterm neonates can help nurses focus their assessments to identify patients at risk.