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a very young child

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90% of the preterm and 75% of the full term neonates develop hypocalcaemia post phototherapy.
* The coverage of CH screening: The screened neonates for CH in Fars Province per 100 neonates born in the province, based on the information obtained from the National Organization for Civil Registration of Iran.
The devices were tested on neonates in two level III NICUs; the infants had gestational ages ranging from 28 weeks to full term, and the results "demonstratefd] the full range of functions," the investigators noted.
Study was commenced after taking informed consent from parents of neonates. Information regarding gestational age, prenatal history and birth history was obtained from the parents.
According to him, the neonates can get quality treatment if the district hospitals stop referral of patients to Peshawar-based health facilities.
* all neonates born at RMMCH between 1 January 2012 and 31 March 2012
Compared with Tdap-unexposed neonates, more Tdap-exposed neonates had pertussis toxin antibody concentrations of ≥15 IU/mL (86 percent versus 37 percent), ≥30 IU/mL (72 percent versus 17 percent), and ≥40 IU/mL (59 percent versus 12 percent).
He said when neonates were dropped into the manure piles, infection entered through the navel or ruptured umbilical cord.
VLBW neonates having weight < 1500 g at the time of birth were included.
Increased HEX activity has been found in the urine of neonates with nephrotoxic drug intoxication [13], fever [14], and in the urine of children with nephritis [15] as well as solitary functioning kidney [16].
Objective: To compare different support therapies in very low birth-weight preterm neonates with nosocomial sepsis.
[4] In a study on burden of morbidities among rural neonates revealed that nearly half of the neonates had high-risk health problems and many of them had more than one morbidity with a case fatality of 10.3%.