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Sequential Trial of Nonthermal Effect of Atmospheric Humidity on Survival of Newborn Infants of Low Birth Weight

Sequential Trial of Nonthermal Effect of Atmospheric Humidity on Survival of Newborn Infants of... white US children on a decline in at led to that the radiant heat loss from these depends mortality supposition large as on 0-2 as well an increase in 3 and best be controlled radiation to mortality among subjects might by supplying ages in microns 4 olds. The decline infants under 1-yr-old the infant the yr began among appropriate spectral range (1.5 An was in the 1940's and with passing time affected succes¬ and operative devised the early longer). system using older it have abdominal-skin as the sively to commenced recenti) surface control point of ages; appears temperature in children. Previous authors have a radiant heat conductive 3-yr-old proposed a source—an electrically glass plate a white chil¬ —which the wall of a conventional incubator. search for leukemogen particularly affecting replaced top dren 3 and 4 since the of in¬ A made between the of aged rate comparison was efficiency warming years. However, in leukemia and children simulated infant hot air and low infrared radia¬ crease mortality among 3 4-yr-old by energy since been no than that adults tion. It was concluded that and control of the "in¬ has, 1935, greater among warming was more and less non-whites than it http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Sequential Trial of Nonthermal Effect of Atmospheric Humidity on Survival of Newborn Infants of Low Birth Weight

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

Sequential Trial of Nonthermal Effect of Atmospheric Humidity on Survival of Newborn Infants of Low Birth Weight

Abstract

white US children on a decline in at led to that the radiant heat loss from these depends mortality supposition large as on 0-2 as well an increase in 3 and best be controlled radiation to mortality among subjects might by supplying ages in microns 4 olds. The decline infants under 1-yr-old the infant the yr began among appropriate spectral range (1.5 An was in the 1940's and with passing time affected succes¬ and operative devised the early longer). system using older it have...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1963.03700210134128
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Abstract

white US children on a decline in at led to that the radiant heat loss from these depends mortality supposition large as on 0-2 as well an increase in 3 and best be controlled radiation to mortality among subjects might by supplying ages in microns 4 olds. The decline infants under 1-yr-old the infant the yr began among appropriate spectral range (1.5 An was in the 1940's and with passing time affected succes¬ and operative devised the early longer). system using older it have abdominal-skin as the sively to commenced recenti) surface control point of ages; appears temperature in children. Previous authors have a radiant heat conductive 3-yr-old proposed a source—an electrically glass plate a white chil¬ —which the wall of a conventional incubator. search for leukemogen particularly affecting replaced top dren 3 and 4 since the of in¬ A made between the of aged rate comparison was efficiency warming years. However, in leukemia and children simulated infant hot air and low infrared radia¬ crease mortality among 3 4-yr-old by energy since been no than that adults tion. It was concluded that and control of the "in¬ has, 1935, greater among warming was more and less non-whites than it

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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