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neonate

[′nē·ə‚nāt]
(medicine)
A newborn infant.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Although the coverage of the screening program was high, the incidence rate was not exactly 100% due to the percentage of neonate which had not been screened.
NEW SKIN-LIKE measurement modules can monitor and wirelessly transmit vital signs from the neonatal ICU, lessening the invasive nature of previous wired systems and lowering the risk of iatrogenic injuries, according to a series of tests on neonates in two level III NICUs.
Exclusion criteria were neonates with major congenital anomalies, severe cardiovascular instability and birth asphyxia (one-minute Apgar score [less than or equal to] 3), major cardiac diseases (not including patent ductus arteriosus), and parental refusal.
All neonates diagnosed as coaractation of the aorta underwent surgery; two of them had uneventful post operative course but unfortunately one neonate expired due to co morbid condition.
Each neonate who was screened first underwent an otoscopic examination, to assess patency of the ear canal.
Dr Sebina said kids and lambs, just like new born babies, were neonates and required certain standards of hygiene and care, explaining that just like the maternity wing of a hospital requires hygiene standards, cleanliness was paramount for kidding and lambing pens.
Objective: To determine the outcomes in very low birth weight (VLBW) neonates receiving volume advancement versus frequency advancement feeding protocols.
Caption: Figure 1: Changes of HEX activities in neonate serum during the first 30 days of life: the "1-3 days" bar presents activities of HEX in serum collected 1-3 days from delivery; the "1-30 days" bar presents activities of HEX in neonate serums collected 1-30 days from delivery; the "4-30 days" bar presents activities of HEX in serum collected 4-30 days from delivery.
Objective: To compare different support therapies in very low birth-weight preterm neonates with nosocomial sepsis.
Various morphological or histological studies have been done to see the number of neurons in the plexus of the different parts of the GIT in different mammalian species including neonate. [1,9-11] Earlier studies in neonatal rat and in human newborn have reported reduced neuronal cell density.
Compared with the recommended gestational weight gain, low weight gain was associated with a 5% higher risk of a small-for-gestational-age (SGA) neonate and a 5% higher risk of preterm birth.