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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of neonates

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of neonates:

Derived Form of neonates

root word: neonate
plural: neonates
root word: neonate
Noun: neonate
a baby from birth to four weeks
Synonymsnewborn baby*, newborn infant*, newborns,
Type ofbabes, babies, infants,
Typesliveborn infant*, low-birth-weight baby*, low-birth-weight infant*, postmature infant*, preemies, premature baby*, premature infant*, premies, preterm baby*, preterm infant*, SGA infant*, small-for-gestational-age infant*, stillborn infant*, term infant*,
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  1. small neonates, premature neonates
  2. from actual neonates, aged from 25 to 38 weeks.
  3. oxygen saturation within the blood of these neonates in the intensive care unit. Weight
  4. Circadian regulation of sleep leads to better health outcomes. It does so in neonates. It
  5. but if you are hardcore about doing rescue work with neonates, this is the one that I have: the Pet Brooder ICU.
  6. You can see these tiny neonates are the hardest ones to do, but it's totally worth it
  7. maybe some tiny neonates, or maybe special needs baby.
  8. You can watch all my videos about how to take care of neonates on my YouTube channel. ,
  9. because the at risk population is neonates,
  10. And Miles Lab has evidence from this from neonates as well.
  11. Cyanosis occurs when neonates are unable to tolerate the changes that occur when the blood
  12. just in general - but seeing death in neonates...
  13. of neonates being saved in the first six months,
  14. of infected neonates or newborns have no symptoms.
  15. In neonates and infants it is recommended that if the defect is large or unrestrictive
  16. and is suitable for adults, children and neonates. The nebulizer and T-Piece is
  17. the amount of total cardiac output that most neonates generally have. And as the QP to
  18. Neonates are so driven, primarily, from a lack of oxygen, that it is of utmost concern
  19. From neonates, through toddler age individuals, young
  20. in neonates one the diagnosis is occurred at 17 days that is to say that this