Translation of neonatal in Spanish:

neonatal

neonatal, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌnioʊˈneɪdl//ˌniːə(ʊ)ˈneɪt(ə)l/

adjective

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    neonatal
    • Maternal and neonatal immunisation offer the best prospects for reducing vertical transmission.
    • However, the incidence of neonatal sepsis is definitely cut down by these strategies.
    • The speciality of neonatal intensive care has developed over the past 30 years.
    • Infants are traditionally wrapped up well when they are transferred from the delivery suite to the neonatal intensive care unit.
    • A neonatal intensive care nurse will accompany the resident, as well as an intern.
    • However, modern neonatal intensive care does allow the survival of many premature babies that would have perished in the past.
    • Primary endpoints were neonatal respiratory distress syndrome and perinatal death.
    • High risk obstetrics and neonatal intensive care are high cost, low volume specialties.
    • Some concepts suggest an abnormality in Sertoli cells in the fetal or neonatal period.
    • In 2001 he invited a local magistrate to tour a neonatal intensive care ward on a normal day.
    • She had no previous known liver disease, and her neonatal period and infancy were normal.
    • The groups were comparable in all other measures of obstetric and neonatal outcome.
    • A few months ago, a lovely 8 year old boy visited our neonatal intensive care unit with his parents.
    • About two thirds of the perinatal deaths occurred in the early neonatal period.
    • And few situations could be more fraught than pre-term or neonatal intensive care.
    • They were transferred to our neonatal intensive care unit with a presumptive diagnosis of perinatal asphyxia.
    • We explored the association between time to pregnancy and neonatal death in the Danish national birth cohort.
    • The team studied 150 preterm infants in neonatal intensive care units.
    • We carried out the study in a neonatal unit in the main tertiary neonatal referral centre for the south east of Scotland.
    • One of the major advances in neonatal respiratory care is the introduction of surfactant.