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neonate

[′nē·ə‚nāt]
(medicine)
A newborn infant.
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On PND21, neonates were separated from the dams and group housed with littermates (three per cage).
Fatal hospital-acquired Legionella pneumonia in a neonate.
In neonates and infants, gastric emptying time is erratic and slow, not reaching the adult rate until about eight months of age.
DNA amplification from a frozen neonate larva (4), an ethanol preserved neonate larva (5), and a fresh neonate larva (6).
Physical examination of the neonate showed hypothermia, hypotonia, cyanosis, intercostal and subcostal retractions, grunting, and tachypnea.
7] By circumcising neonates and children under 16 years of age, is the KZN government implementing their right to basic healthcare services?
Evidence for a random effect of mother on size of neonate (length and mass), rather than a relationship between size of neonate and snoutvent length of mother, further supports the hypothesis that size of mother is not related to size of offspring in the giant gartersnake.
Our research also provides important information about the reproductive status of this species covering embryos, neonates, juveniles and adults of both sexes using morphometric and histological methods which allow a detailed description of the male reproductive organs.
Asymptomatic infection with rotaviruses is well described in neonates especially in the setting of neonatal nurseries (10-14).
1) Previously published ultrasound images of neonates with this condition (4) have not clearly demonstrated the distribution and size of the nodules as shown in this neonate.
The one neonate who did require opioid did so in part because of the planned postoperative mechanical ventilation.