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developing, occurring, or appearing before the expected time

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born after a gestation period of less than the normal time

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too soon or too hasty

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uncommonly early or before the expected time

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The team based at Aberdeen University, and involving scientists from Glasgow, British Columbia and Queen Mary, London, found that even at 20 weeks, babies in the womb do not yet create a vital hormone called aldosterone, which may explain some of the risks facing premature babies.
According to court documents, the woman, 39, delivered a premature baby at home in August 2016 when she was in the 28th week of pregnancy.
Keywords: Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, Liver failure, Premature infant.
New Delhi [India], September 1 ( ANI ): Often called as premature menopause, premature ovarian failure can affect women of any age at any time of her life.
According to sources, Abdul Basit who is serving as Pakistan High Commissioner to India submitted application to the prime minister for premature retirement after Tehmina Janjua was appointed as Foreign Secretary.
Premature death rates went up across the country in 2015, with drug overdoses the greatest contributor to the increase, reports the annual 2017 County Health Rankings report.
Sixty symptomatic patients (aged 16-70 years) with more than 240 premature ventricular complexes or premature supraventricular complexes on 24-hour Holter monitoring were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, 3 g per day of magnesium pidolate (260 mg per day of elemental magnesium) or placebo for 30 days.
The rate of premature death throughout the United States varies depending on race and ethnicity.
Discovery Laboratories Inc (NASDAQ: DSCO), a biotechnology company focused on developing aerosolised KL4 surfactant therapies for respiratory diseases, has started its AEROSURF phase 2b clinical trial in premature infants 26 to 32 weeks gestational age receiving non-invasive nasal continuous positive airway pressure (nCPAP) for respiratory distress syndrome, it was reported yesterday.
The National Citizens Movement for Free Elections (Namfrel) is set to launch a campaign, through social media, against politicians engaged in premature campaigning.
THE generosity of local fundraisers has led to a charity recruiting its first PhD student to research premature births.
Many premature infants are fragile at birth and require medical care typically provided in neonatal intensive care units (NICU) for days or even weeks (Torpy, 2009).
However during the last two decades, the survival of premature infants has significantly increased due to advancement in perinatal and neonatal treatment expertise and improvement in the care of high risk mother.
There are many misconceptions and unknowns about premature ejaculation in the medical community and the general population.
PREGNANT women with a history of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have a higher risk of stillbirth and premature birth - even if they suffered them prior to conception, research suggests.