(1) Well established, scientifically founded criteria for the diagnosis of anemia in the neonate are not available at present.(2) The perinatal characteristics of neonates not included in the study were similar to those included.(3) However, there is limited evidence of the safety of antiviral therapy in pregnant women and neonates .(4) The primary reason for treating jaundice in neonates is to prevent neurologic damage.(5) For neonates we must ensure that all newborn babies have access to the most appropriate care where and when they need it.(6) However, efficacy data on these two therapies in neonates is lacking.(7) Oxygen therapy is an important but problematic issue in the treatment of prematurely born neonates and in the respiratory insufficiency associated with the acute respiratory distress syndrome.(8) Passive antibodies transferred across the placenta during pregnancy provide protection for neonates , but this protection is lost fairly soon.(9) Radiography is recommended for intensive care patients or neonates but should not be used routinely.(10) Clavicular fractures are the most common broken bones in newborns, especially large neonates .(11) Administration of surfactant in neonates with infant respiratory distress syndrome has led to improved survival rates.(12) In the absence of vaccination (which can usually prevent neonatal infection) most exposed neonates and young children will be infected and become lifelong carriers.(13) It is usually not significant in immunocompetent individuals, but can be of serious consequence, and sometimes fatal, in neonates , infants, and immunosuppressed patients.(14) We therefore explain heterogeneity between trials mainly by changes in the conventional treatment of respiratory distress in premature neonates over time.(15) Both low and high birth weight term neonates have high fasting and post-glucose insulin levels.(16) The issue of optimum oxygen concentration for neonates in intensive care remains, even now, unsettled.
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