preterm baby

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Synonyms for preterm baby

an infant that is born prior to 37 weeks of gestation

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Infectious aneurysmal rupture presenting as massive intracerebral hemorrhage in a preterm baby.
One hundred and seventeen children were evaluated according to the preterm baby outpatient clinic follow-up properties and the subjects who were brought for follow-up visit at the 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24 and 36th months were considered well followed up, the subjects who were brought for 5-6 times were considered moderately followed up and the subjects who were brought for less than 5 times were considered poorly followed up in the follow-up period of the first three years following discharge.
The risk of developing IVH was three-fold higher in preterm baby with RDS diagnosis (OR 3.
This new format is designed to merge the perspectives of the professionals and families, enhance partnerships, and facilitate the transition of care of the preterm baby to the parents in their own home.
For a preterm baby, ''the difference of a few days maturity between a boy and a girl can mean the difference between major lung complications or not.
s central dispatch center, received a call for an emergency transfer of a 27-year-old mother and her preterm baby, born at only 34 weeks gestation.
Even so, she added that the cost of 20 weeks of progesterone injections is still less than the cost of a preterm baby in the hospital.
It is used to help lower the risk of having a preterm baby again.
You can do everything right and still have a preterm baby.
The target population of this study was Hebrew-speaking couples (mothers and fathers) whose preterm baby was hospitalized in the NICU of any of three hospitals in Jerusalem during the period of 2000 through 2001 .
By 26 weeks, the full anatomical system for nociception has been formed, an EEG shows activity in the cerebral cortex and the preterm baby of the same gestational age, if delivered, shows a complex range of pain behavior.
The average hospital charge for a preterm baby runs $58,000, compared to $4,300 for the typical newborn.
The omega-3 fats in seafood may protect against having a preterm baby or a full-term baby with low birth weight.
Even so, "in my opinion, thyroxine treatment in the very preterm baby may turn out to be beneficial" in longer-term trials, said Dr.
One preterm baby can cost $40,000 or more, CIGNA found, not to mention the human costs.