[ US /ˌnioʊˈneɪtəɫ/ ]
[ UK /nˈiːə‍ʊnˌe‍ɪtə‍l/ ]
  1. relating to or affecting the infant during the first month after birth
    the neonatal period
    neonatal care
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How To Use neonatal In A Sentence

  • The results of two recent studies have demonstrated an association between postneonatal mortality and particulate air pollution.
  • As developmental paediatrician to a neonatal referral centre she followed many low birthweight children with great skill.
  • Robertson RT, Gallardo KA, Claytor KJ, Ha DH, Ku KH, et al. (1998) Neonatal treatment with 192 IgG-saporin produces long-term forebrain cholinergic deficits and reduces dendritic branching and spine density of neocortical pyramidal neurons. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • A neonatal intensive care nurse will accompany the resident, as well as an intern.
  • Erythema toxicum neonatorum, transient neonatal pustular melanosis, sucking blister, miliaria, and mongolian spots are among the many benign skin conditions that can occur in newborns.
  • Elastin synthesis is increased during the canalicular and saccular stage of fetal development and reaches a peak during alveolarization in the neonatal stage.
  • In pregnant women with untreated early syphilis, 25% of pregnancies result in stillbirth and 14% in neonatal death – an overall perinatal mortality of about 40%.
  • In the homestretch to 2015, we see the momentum continuing to build, especially to combat maternal and neonatal mortality, another item on your agenda.
  • Patients who develop pre-eclampsia at near term are at low risk of maternal and neonatal morbidity.
  • More than half (57.8%) of the women who died and one-third (33.7%) of those who experienced a perinatal death (i.e. a stillbirth or early neonatal death) had sought skilled attendance.
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