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outborn

(owt'born?)
A premature infant who is delivered at a health care facility and then transferred to a tertiary care medical center.
See: inborn
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The initial resuscitation and stabilisation of preterm infants after delivery affects their morbidity and mortality, [3] and it has been suggested that some outborn preterm infants die shortly after delivery or before transport to a level 3 facility can be arranged.
NICU of Guru Gobind Singh Government Hospital, Jamnagar is a tertiary care institute that caters services to inborn babies (delivered in the same hospital) and also outborn babies (delivered at other institutes or at home) from urban and rural areas of the district and is also a referral center for adjacent districts.
There were significant differences in the proportion of infants who were outborn (defined as those infants not born at a tertiary care perinatal centre), or born to mothers with chorioamnionitis, teenage mothers, lone parents, primigravida mothers, and mothers who had multiple births.
An analysis of risk factors was carried out for the common demographic variables, such as gestational age, birthweight, sex, mode of delivery, and place of delivery--inborn or outborn in the cases of probable sepsis and culture-proven sepsis.
The overall distribution of inborn vs outborn VLBW patients did not change (P = .
Logistic regression analysis revealed that both outborn and ventilated VLBW infants had a higher risk of severe IVH.
1% of inborn patients and only 25% of outborn infants).
Neonatal septicemia among inborn and outborn babies in a referral hospital.
Neonatal septicaemia among inborn and outborn babies in a referral hospital.
Organism pattern among inborn and outborn neonates.