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1. A neonate is born at 33 weeks’ gestation with a birth weight of 2400 grams. This neonate would be classified as: a. Low birth weight b. Very low birth weight c. Extremely low birth weight d. Very premature
ANS: a a. Neonates with a birth weight of less than 2500 grams but greater than 1500 grams are classified as low birth weight. b. Neonates with birth weight less than 1500 grams but greater than 1000 grams are classified as very low birth weight. c. Neonates with birth weight less than 1000 grams are classified as extremely low birth weight. d. Neonates born less than 32 weeks’ gestation are classified as very premature.
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