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neonate

[′nē·ə‚nāt]
(medicine)
A newborn infant.
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Any neonate detained for more than 24 hours, weighing less than 2.
5] Further, as described in the previous studies, there is difference in the contractile activity of colon and rectum of adult and neonate rats.
Objective: To compare different support therapies in very low birth-weight preterm neonates with nosocomial sepsis.
If the neonate was found to be icteric, estimation of serum bilirubin was done and phototherapy was started if it was significant.
Procalcitonin-guided decision making had a significant impact on duration of antibiotic therapy and hospital stay in neonates with suspected early-onset sepsis, according to an investigator-initiated, superiority and noninferiority, multicenter, randomized, controlled intervention study.
4] In a study on burden of morbidities among rural neonates revealed that nearly half of the neonates had high-risk health problems and many of them had more than one morbidity with a case fatality of 10.
However, high weight gain reduced the risk of an SGA neonate by 3% and that of preterm birth by 2%, the researchers reported (JAMA.
Brain weight was decreased in all neonates; however, body weight was within reference range for gestational age in all except neonate 6 (online Technical Appendix).
Clinco-epidemiologicol study of cutaneous manifestations in the neonate.
1 ng/mL is considered normal in a neonate >72 hours old.
Neonatal anesthesia demands a thorough understanding of the rapidly changing physiology and pathology of the neonate and both the pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of the medications used to provide anesthesia.