neo– Latin nātuspast participle ofnāscīto be borngenə- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Neonate Sentence Examples
A score in the 4-6 range indicates that the neonate is having difficulty adapting to extrauterine life, which in some cases may be related to medications given to the mother during labor, prematurity, or a rapid delivery.
In a neonate or young infant a severe infection may cause hypothermia.
In the neonate, however, there is more bilirubin than can be handled due to immature liver functioning and extra red blood cells that break down.
Elevated bilirubin in the neonate is the most common reason for hospital readmission in the first two weeks of life.
A source of oxygen referred to as "blow-by" may be placed near but not directly over the nose and mouth of the neonate during suctioning.