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“Meconium is the first stool (bowel movement) that a newborn has.”
“Meconium dependence of bowel damage in gastroschisis.”
“Meconium comes from the baby swallowing blood along with amniotic fluid during the last phase of pregnancy; the blood comes from placental capillaries that break before and during labor.”
“Meconium ileus is a bowel obstruction that occurs when the meconium in your child's intestine is even thicker and stickier than normal meconium, creating a blockage in a part of the small intestine called the ileum.”
“The only difference being they did not go through the trauma at birth that my little guy did, he trauma started with Meconium Aspiration that was NOT suctioned below the vocal cords.”
“Meconium aspiration in infants - a prospective study.”
“Meconium, a green or brown fluid, is seen after the bag of water breaks”
“Mecaptera: = Mecoptera, q.v. Meconium: the substance excreted by certain metabolic insects soon after their emergence from the chrysalis or pupa.”
“Page 168 their bowels called by phisicians Meconium.”
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“(Meconium is the baby's first bowel movement; its presence in the amniotic fluid can be dangerous, though it's not uncommon.)”
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