liveborn


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Adj.1.liveborn - (of newborn infant) showing signs of life after birth; not stillborn; "a liveborn baby"
alive, live - possessing life; "the happiest person alive"; "the nerve is alive"; "doctors are working hard to keep him alive"; "burned alive"; "a live canary"
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Congenital anomalies in black South African liveborn neonates at an urban academic hospital.
The 2,549 completed pregnancies with laboratory evidence of recent possible Zika infection resulted in 97% liveborn infants and 3% pregnancy losses; 5% resulted in a fetus or infant with possible Zika-associated birth defects.
This variable was given the value 1 for infants (stillborn and liveborn) who were diagnosed at birth as having a congenital abnormality (2); it was 0 otherwise.
Single vitrified blastocyst transfer maximizes liveborn children per embryo while minimizing preterm birth.
The incidence of low birth weight in 5000 liveborn infants and the etiology of fetal risk factors 2006; 19(2): 46-51.
Boulet et al., Assisted Reproductive Technology and Birth Defects Among Liveborn Infants in Florida, Massachusetts, and Michigan, 2000-2010,170 JAMA PEDIATRICS (2016).
The study used data from the Danish Medical Birth Registry, identifying all liveborn singletons during 1998-2012.
Few estimates of UTI treatment of pregnant women are available, though the current estimate is similar to a previous report of approximately 700 mothers of liveborn infants without major birth defects enrolled in a large, multisite, population-based case-control study of risk factors for major birth defects from 1997 to 2011 (8).
Usher, "Measurements of liveborn fetal malnutrition infants compared with similar gestation and with similar birth weight normal controls," Neonatology, vol.
Achiron et al., "Intra uterine growth of triplets as estimated from liveborn birth weight data," Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology, vol.
Such a mindset puts a substantial number of liveborn infant persons in jeopardy of gross neglect or overt violence.