neonatal

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neonatal

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

neonatal

[¦nē·ə′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Pertaining to a newborn infant.
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Mia Doron, a neonatologist, co-author of the book Preemies: the Essential Guide for Parents of Premature Babies, and co-creator of the MyPreemie app.
Given the success of therapeutic hypothermia for moderate to severe newborn encephalopathy, many neonatologists are expanding the indications for treatment.
UAMS' prenatal program integrates with neonatologists when abnormalities are detected to ensure mother and baby receive care and emotional support, while the palliative care program, advance certified by The Joint Commission, focuses on the quality of life for patients and families facing serious illness.
Four neonatologists have joined Mednax with the acquisition of Tupelo-based Natchez Trace Neonatology, which was established in 1994.
She said patients should work hand in hand with the neonatologists, the allied professionals in the medical field and organizations such as PhilHealth and the DOH.
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.
He said that it is the first academic activity of this magnitude conducted by the Neonatology Group of PPA, aimed at apprising the neonatologists and paediatrician with updates in this subject.
The web-based online data collection system has a list of predefined data which was designed with the help of neonatologists from Latifa Hospital and the DHA IT department.
During the hearing, the shortfall of neonatologists was described by committee members as "stark".
MICHAEL Joyce (letters Feb 5) is correct that neonatal services in North Wales currently do not have sufficient neonatologists to meet BAPM guidelines.
The course was developed by the hospital's academic and medical leadership, in close collaboration with leading neonatologists from the Johns Hopkins Children's Center in the US city of Baltimore.
South Wales now has 26 neonatologists in post and vacancies for specialist nurses had been cut, she said.