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  • They took him out of my field of vision, presumably for suctioning and apgar scoring, though truth be told, they could have been selling him to Martians for all I would have known about it.

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  • When he was born he was 7lbs 10oz and healthy, with apgar scores of 9 and 9.

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  • We had thought we might drive into the park a little to one of the interior campgrounds, but it was already late and we were right there, so we picked a spot in the apgar campground and set up camp and made a late dinner.

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  • Infants at high risk for hearing loss are those with a family history of hereditary childhood sensorineural hearing loss, hyperbilirubinemia, ototoxic medications, bacterial meningitis, birth weight of less than 1500 grams (3.3 pounds), in-utero infections, craniofacial abnormailites, low apgar scores, mechanical ventilation of 5 days or longer, or other syndromes known to included hearing loss.

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  • Are they atas apgar who are tiderd of PKR politciking?

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