[ UK /nˈiːə‍ʊnˌe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. a baby from birth to four weeks
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How To Use neonate In A Sentence

  • Community-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus necrotizing fasciitis in a neonate. SUPERBUG
  • It is most likely that the nonmosaic tetraploidy of the neonate was caused by a cytoplasmic cleavage failure at the first mitotic division.
  • Objective To discuss the possibility of surgical repair of congenital cleft lip and alveolar process cleft in neonate stage.
  • In the absence of vaccination (which can usually prevent neonatal infection) most exposed neonates and young children will be infected and become lifelong carriers.
  • Check for bulging fontanelle in the neonate (a late sign).
  • Passive antibodies transferred across the placenta during pregnancy provide protection for neonates, but this protection is lost fairly soon.
  • In view of the increasing incidence of neonate omphalitis, the PDCA circulation was used for managing this disease to improve the protective measures during bathing the neonate.
  • Adult circumcision required urgently or emergently for things like phimosis (a "stuck" foreskin that can't be retracted) or a paraphimosis (a foreskin stuck in the retracted position) is a huge undertaking compared to the two minute procedure for a neonate. Neonatal Circumcision (Controversy? Who, Moi?)
  • Many neonates are diagnosed by prenatal ultrasound, which allows parents to meet with craniofacial team members before the birth of their infant.
  • During induction and the preparatory phase, radiant heat lamps are used to maintain the neonate's temperature and prevent chilling.
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