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Neonatal/Pediatrics Q: List three functions of the placenta? A: Nutrition, Respiration, Digestive, and Renal Function Ref: #18, P. 997 Submitted By: Community College of Phila. Neonatal/Pediatrics Q: Why must Neutral Thermal Environment (NTE) be established for infants? A: To maintain body temperature and prevent cold-stress Ref: # 18, P. 1008 Submitted By: Community College of Phila. Microbiology Q: The application of moist heat at temperatures below the boiling point of water is known as what? A: Pasteurization Ref: #18, P. 44 Submitted By: Community College of Phila.
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Q: The complete destruction of all forms of microbial life is called what? A: Sterilization Ref: #18, P. 46 Submitted By: Community College of Phila. Pharmacology Q: What antiviral agent is used to treat Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)? A: Ribavirin Ref: #18, P. 586 Submitted By: Community College of Phila. Pharmacology Q: What is the brand name for Trimcinolone acetonide? A:
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