neonate


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a very young child

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Patients and Methods: All term neonates fulfilling inclusion criteria were included in the study.
Antibiotics were stopped in neonates having negative CRP results and we waited for culture reports of these neonates for further confirmation of septicemia.
Adult albino rats of Charles Foster strain of 4-6 months and neonate of 10-16 days of same strain (n = 4 in each group) were used in this study.
Nosocomial sepsis in neonates continues to be a major cause of mortality and morbidity in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).
All singleton neonates born to diabetic mothers (booked cases in our hospital) who were on treatment with oral hypoglycaemic agents or insulin.
The Neonatal Procalcitonin Intervention Study (NeoPInS) aimed to reduce the duration of antibiotic treatment in 1,710 neonates who were already receiving antibiotic therapy; enrolled in 18 hospitals in Canada, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, and Switzerland; and randomized to procalcitonin-guided decision making or standard care.
0 mm (Figure 2, panel A); in 1 neonate, it measured only 0.
A prevalence survey of dermatoses in the Australian neonate.
Osteomyelitis, although uncommon, is another consideration in a neonate suspected of sepsis, and may be accompanied by positive blood cultures in severe disease/241
5) To overcome these developmental challenges under passive conditions, pediatric anesthesiologists will routinely recruit alveoli after each brief period of apnea and will use positive end-expiratory pressure (PEEP) when mechanically ventilating a neonate to maintain normal lung volumes.
Differences of cause in neonate death exist in different regions as well as in different economic development countries.
Therefore, neonate birth mass is not complicated by in utero competition between littermates during fetal development (Guinness et al.
At the individual level, blood profiles facilitated discrimination of one individual neonate in poor nutritional condition that was not evident in the original physical examination at capture.
We discuss the diagnosis and management of appendix testis torsion in a neonate and review the literature.