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Inflammation of the bone due to a bacterial infection Osteomyelitis
A newborn infant; term used during the first 28 days after birth Neonates
The total amount of blood in an individuals body Blood volume
Disorder that may be congenital and results in defective development of an embryo Hypothyroidism
A sucking device for infants and toddlers that is used to pacify or comfort the child Sucrose nipple
Heel bone Calcaneus
An infant born before it is "full term" i.e.,37 weeks or 8 1/2 months after conception Premature infant
A congenital disorder, usually diagnosed at birth, that can cause brain damage resulting in severe retardation, often with seizures and other neurologic abnormalities Phenylketonuria (PKU)
Reactions range from skin redness, rash, hives or itching, to respiratory symptoms and in rare instances shock Latex allergy
A topical anesthetic that is an emulsion of lidocaine and prilocain and can be applied to intact skin Eutectic mixture of local anesthetics (EMLA)
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