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Hypoglycaemia in the Newborn
  • G. Neligan
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 4 June 1960
drugs have also been tried.' Testicular choriocarcinomata do not appear to be highly sensitive to anti-folic-acid drugs.7 It is possible that choriocarcinoma will prove to be the first of theExpand
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The Definition of Some External Characteristics Used in the Assessment of Gestational Age in the Newborn Infant
Definitions of 12 physical characteristics of newborn babies that can be used in the assessment of gestational age have been evolved by agreement between workers in Aberdeen and Newcastle, and aExpand
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Sphygmomanometer for the newborn.
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Further decline of breast-feeding.
In a personal survey, by structured interview, we have investigated some of the factors which led 100 healthy mothers (63 primiparae) to decide to breast-feed their healthy babies, and 100 comparableExpand
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Glucose homeostasis in the newborn.
  • G. Neligan
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1968
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Hypoglycaemia in infancy and childhood
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Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection of the Newborn
In an outbreak of respiratory syncytial (R.S.) virus infection in a maternity hospital the respiratory illness was of a mild nature and the virus was not found in infants without respiratoryExpand
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