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neonatal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishneonatalne‧o‧na‧tal /ˌniːəʊˈneɪtl◂ $ -oʊ-/ adjective [only before noun] technical  relating to babies that have just been bornantenatal, postnatal neonatal care nurses working in neonatal units
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neonatalThere are studies in which neonatal assessment has been made after attempts at randomisation of analgesia during labour.She came to speak on neonatal care at one of the obs and gynae meetings.The risk of neonatal group B streptococcal sepsis is also significantly increased in combination with perinatal risk factors.A neonatal intensive care unit is, on this view, a good example of special treatment.the hospital's neonatal intensive care unitSome foals can suffer from so-called neonatal maladjustment syndrome.The neonatal pattern of drug elimination is reversed rapidly several weeks after birth and children generally utilize drugs more rapidly than adults.Nurses and physicians can help parents become attached to their malformed infant in the neonatal period and as the child grows.
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