liveborn infant


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Antonyms for liveborn infant

infant who shows signs of life after birth

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Trisomy 9 is a rare chromosome disorder in liveborn infants, but accounts for 2.
For all liveborn infants with and without birth defects, the proportion who had any reported postnatal neuroimaging (cranial ultrasound, computed tomography, or magnetic resonance imaging) was calculated, as well as the proportion who had laboratory testing for Zika virus reported on an infant specimen.
In 80% (77), the pregnancy resulted in a liveborn infant.
Characteristic Total Pregnant women 219 (100) Completed pregnancies 185 (84) Liveborn infants ([section]) 182 (98) Pregnancy loss ([section]) 3 (2) Zika-associated birth 15 (8) defects ([section]) Microcephaly 10 ([paragraph]) (67) Other Zika-associated birth 5 ** (33) defects Infant/Fetus received 80 ([dagger][dagger]) (43) testing for Zika No.
Among 972 completed pregnancies with laboratory evidence of possible recent Zika virus infection--895 liveborn infants and 77 pregnancy losses--there were 51 fetuses/infants with Zika-related birth defects (5%).
Congenital heart defects and indices of fetal cerebral growth in a nationwide cohort of 924422 liveborn infants.
93 per 1000 liveborn infants for the year 2008 (unpublished data, State Health Department, Manaus), and because of the loss-to-follow-up that occurred during outpatient evaluation of child development, which resulted in difficulties in selecting infants between 7 and 12 months of age with a low birthweight.
Net detection and false-positive rates for the population were based on the mean of these maternal age-specific detection rates and false-positive rates, weighted according to the maternal ages for US women delivering liveborn infants in the year 2000 (22).
In the study, researchers examined the list of cases of spina bifida and anencephaly ( a condition that affects the formation of the brain and skull ( among liveborn infants, stillbirths and pregnancy terminations between 1988 to 1998.
In the study, researchers examined the list of cases of spina bifida and anencephaly - a condition that affects the formation of the brain and skull - among liveborn infants, stillbirths and pregnancy terminations between 1988 to 1998, reported the British Medical Journal.
And, among those women in the study group who deliver liveborn infants, they will randomly assign postpartum education that includes either general information about infant care or the promotion of exclusive breastfeeding.
We recently completed a retrospective study to correlate placental lesions with clinical neurologic findings in liveborn infants with intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR).
The data presented pertain to 162 deaths of liveborn infants where verbal autopsies could be conducted.