A device that employs a baffle to produce a fine aerosol spray consisting of particles less than 30 micrometers in diameter.
GI disorder commonly associated with premature infants and characterized by diffuse or patchy intestinal necrosis and sometimes accompanied by sepsis.
negative nitrogen balance
Increased rate of protein breakdown when compared to protein synthesis; nitrogen excretion that exceeds nitrogen intake.
A form of abuse involving the failure to protect a person from injury or meet the person's physical, emotional, or medical needs.
The surgical removal of a kidney, usually done to remove a tumor, drain an abscess, or treat hydronephrosis.
A clinical classification including all kidney diseases characterized by marked proteinuria, hypoalbuminemia, and edema.
Any one of a group of substances that act on a target nerve cell to excite or inhibit transmission of nerve impulses; substances include norepinephrine, acetylcholine, and dopamine.
Involuntary, rapid movements of the eyeball that may be horizontal, rotatory, vertical, or mixed.
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