neonatal diagnosis

ne·o·na·tal di·ag·no·sis

systematic evaluation of the newborn for evidence of disease or malformations, and the conclusion reached.

ne·o·na·tal di·ag·no·sis

(nē'ō-nā'tăl dī'ăg-nō'sis)
Systematic evaluation of the newborn for evidence of disease or malformations, and the conclusion reached.
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Part 3 - a) Ultrasonic device for gynecological, obstetric and neonatal diagnosis.
The sample subpopulation was defined as discharge records flagged in the database with a principal or secondary International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) neonatal diagnosis or procedure code for which admission occurred within the first 28 days of life (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2010).
Neonatal diagnosis of immunodeficiencies will help to save thousands of lives and therefore should be part of a worldwide campaign.
In the United States, neonatal diagnosis is already required by law in the states of Massachusetts and Michigan and will soon be law in the state of Louisiana as well.
Using this new method of non-invasive neonatal diagnosis, doctors can identify the blood type of the foetus, thereby avoiding the need to administer the anti-D injection in pregnant women with Rhesus negative foetuses, as well as avoid unnecessary treatment of pregnant women which carry the risk of transmission of viral infections and allergic reactions.
Application of DNA analysis in a population screening program for neonatal diagnosis of cystic fibrosis (CF): comparison of screening protocols.
Stable isotope dilution analysis of succinylacetone using electron capture negative ion mass fragmentography: an accurate approach to the pre- and neonatal diagnosis of hereditary tyrosinemia type I.
Contract notice: Supply of ultrasound mammography, whole-body densitometer, ultrasonic device for gynecological, obstetric and neonatal diagnosis, fully digital radiography including transport to the destination, assembly, installation, commissioning and operator training.
Although its usefulness in adult diagnosis has not be tested clinically, IL-6 is considered applicable in neonatal diagnosis.
It a common diagnosis: in the US, where 400 000 to 600 000 newborns are evaluated with a complete blood count (CBC) and blood culture each year, it is probably the second most common neonatal diagnosis after "well baby" (1-3).