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  • n. Plural form of newborn.


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  • We had adopted a no-flush policy, and had additionally segregated the newborns from the adults so that the little ones would not become tasty snacks for the big ones.

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  • Folic acid deficiency is a leading cause of spina bifida and other neural tube defects in newborns, and can be prevented by taking folic acid supplementation during pregnancy.

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  • Infections in newborns result from poor sanitation either during or after delivery.

    Tetanus, Diptheria, Pertussis

  • Areas of special clinical and research expertise include the management of persistent pulmonary hypertension, bronchopumonary dysplasia and other severe lung disease in newborns, as well as metabolic illnesses, hypoglycemia due to pancreatic abnormalities, complex congenital anomalies and complex post-operative care.

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  • Genetic tests may be used for many purposes, including the diagnosis of a genetic disease in newborns, children and adults; the identification of future health risks; the prediction of drug and treatment responses; and the assessment of risks to future children.

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  • Hirschl RB, Fox W, Glick PL, Greenspan J, Smith K, Thompson A, Adzick NS: A prospective, randomized trial of perfluorocarbon-induced lung growth (PILG) in newborns with congenital diaphragmatic hernia.

    CHOP congenital diaphragmatic hernia publications

  • Sometimes, in newborns, the blood vessels in the umbilical cord are used as the site where the catheters are inserted and advanced toward the heart.

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  • The litter of five newborns is down to four, the smallest kitten passed at 3 am.

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  • But full-term newborns may not be evaluated as closely.

    Infant car seat installation: Ride with your newborn to check the angle

  • Extremely high exposures can cause severe disabilities in newborns, including mental impairment, cerebral palsy, blindness and deafness.

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