perinate

per·i·nate

(per'i-nāt),
An infant in the perinatal period.
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Subsequent to the third stripping or "sweeping," the mother and perinate suffered GBS sepsis.
f) presence of undifferentiated stem cells, g) development of differentiated characteristics, including ability to carry out metabolic activation, h) metabolic detoxification by placenta and/or maternal tissues, and i) metabolic detoxification by the perinate itself.
This was a cadaver dissection based study where perinates and adult cadavers were dissected to observe the arterial dominance.
Table 1a: Showing Dominance Pattern in Perinates MALE FEMALE TOTAL DOMINANCE PATTERN No.
Only 4 perinatal bottlenose dolphin strandings were positive for HI (HI-FI=2, HI-other=2); therefore, perinates were not stratified by HI category.
The average length of the coastal bottlenose dolphins classified as perinates (n=179) was 105.
6) (Table 1), of which the average for perinates was 14.
Even more exciting is the discovery of burials of six perinates within the grounds of the second (1792-1818) and third (1818-1844) convict hospitals in Parramatta (Casey & Lowe 2009a).
Early colonial burial practices for perinates at the Parramatta convict hospital, NSW.
The children of mothers who died and the mothers of perinates who died require very special attention because of their increased vulnerability.