liveborn infant


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Noun1.liveborn infant - infant who shows signs of life after birth
neonate, newborn, newborn baby, newborn infant - a baby from birth to four weeks
stillborn infant - infant who shows no signs of life after birth
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These women were matched by last menstrual period with controls who subsequently had a liveborn infant or stillbirth at greater than 20 weeks of gestation.
Neonatal death was the death of liveborn infant within 28 days of life.
Low birth weight (LBW) is defined by the World Health Organization as a birth weight of a liveborn infant of 2,499 g or less.
29, there had been one liveborn infant and one pregnancy loss related to Zika.
The common-law crime of 'exposing' an infant is the unlawful and intentional exposure and abandonment of a liveborn infant in circumstances that are likely to lead to its death.
nonmosaic trisomy 9: report of a liveborn infant evaluated by fluorescence in situ hybridization and review of the literature.
In the present study, the relationship of [Ak.sub.1] polymorphism with maternal and neonatal parameters was studied in women with gestational diabetes and in women with preexisting type 1 diabetes who had delivered a liveborn infant.
Cyclopia and sirenomelia in a liveborn infant. J Med Genet.
PRAMS is an ongoing population-based surveillance system designed to monitor selected self reported maternal behaviors, health care use and experiences that occur before, during, and after pregnancy among women who deliver a liveborn infant. (9,10) A random sample of women stratified by geographic area and birth weight is annually selected from birth certificate data and receives a written survey two to six months after delivery.
To estimate the incidence of faecal incontinence after childbirth, a population-based survey was mailed to 21,824 women who delivered a liveborn infant in Oregon, USA, in 2002.
The study was further limited to singleton, term, nondiabetic, cephalic-presenting pregnancies in women who were admitted without fever or infection and whose labor resulted in a liveborn infant. The final sample of 1657 was mostly white (76%) and privately insured (96%).
VITAL SIGNS Pneumonia in Top 10 Principal Hospital Diagnoses Total number of discharges Liveborn infant 4,288,954 Pneumonia 1,218,467 Coronary atherosclerosis 1,198,274 Heart failure 1,098,573 Nonspecific chest pain 856,948 Trauma to perineum and vulva 817,848 Maternal complications of birth 767,357 Cardiac dysrhythmias 749,182 Osteoarthritis 735,087 Acute myocardial infarction 675,121 Note: Based on 2006 data from the Nationwide Inpatient Sample.