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50.An injury sustained at the time of birth is called A. lanugo.B. vermix caseosa.C. birth labor.D. birth trauma.51.Which technique mentioned in your text may be successful in stemming the tide of deaths of babies born prematurely in the United States? 52.Felicia is born after a seven-month gestation period. She is called a __________ infant. 53.Which of the following statements about postmature babies is FALSE?
54.Jonathan is born 38 weeks after conception and weighs 4 1/2 pounds. He is A. premature.B. preterm.C. postterm.D. small-for-date.55.Alex is now in her 43rdweek of pregnancy. Her unborn baby is considered to be 56.All of the following appear to increase the likelihood that a woman will deliver an underweight baby EXCEPT 57.Rosa and Ricardo were advised that if Rosa would eat well, abstain from smoking, not use drugs, and get prenatal care, she would ______________ her chances of having a low-birth-weight baby. 58.According to the text, which of the following factors will NOT increase the likelihood that a mother will have an underweight baby? A. Being under 17 or over 40 years of ageB. Having had previous low-birth-weight infantsC. Having had one or two babies during the previous five yearsD. Inadequate prenatal care59.The single greatest factor for low-birth-weight babies that could be prevented is 60.The risk factors for having a low-birth-weight baby for African-American women may be related to 61.An antiseptic, temperature-controlled crib for low-birth-weight babies is called an 62.
The most pressing fear for very small babies is that they will
A. die in infancy.
B. be retarded.
C. have physical disabilities.
D. demonstrate developmental lag.