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neonatal

of or relating to newborn children, esp in the first week of life and up to four weeks old
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neonatal

[¦nē·ə′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Pertaining to a newborn infant.
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Neonatologists from the UAE and India will collaborate to share medical expertise and deliver the best medical care to newborns, experts said after the launch of a new platform in Abu Dhabi.
Mother, father and baby can stay together in a comfortable, private room and receive compassionate, expert care from the best board-certified neonatologists and specialists in Chicago.
Given the success of therapeutic hypothermia for moderate to severe newborn encephalopathy, many neonatologists are expanding the indications for treatment.
"The administration of indomethacin to premature infants born at 28 weeks or less in the absence of optimal ANS almost eliminated severe IVH [intraventricular hemorrhage] over a 2-year period," concluded the investigators, led by neonatologist Morgan Spaight, a fellow at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York.
Batra, pediatrician and neonatologist, Asian Institute of Medical Sciences.
Neonatologist Anup Katheria of the University of California, San Diego and colleagues randomly assigned 60 babies born an average of 11 weeks premature to get either standard treatment or to receive milking with three strokes, a process that takes less than a minute.
Ilze Balode, a neonatologist and pediatrician, has been named senior project manager at Premier Research Europe based in Latvia.
But Dr Mark Drayton, a consultant neonatologist and clinical lead for the Wales Neonatal Network, said re-configuration alone would not solve the staffing shortages issue.
Juan Gershanik of New Orleans, a pediatric neonatologist at the Neonatal Medical Group and Dr.
We cannot retain staff because they perceive a lack of commitment, and you will have read of our last consultant neonatologist leaving to go to a unit in Scotland with 5,000 deliveries and 5 consultant neonatologists (North Wales has over 7,000 deliveries).
All infants diagnosed initially by neonatologist as having either gingival or palatal cyst were referred to periodontist for confirmation of the diagnosis.
They found a 'desperate need' for more neonatal support in hospitals where there was no dedicated neonatologist to provide focus to develop the service.