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05:09 May 2, 2001
French to English translations [PRO]
Medical
French term or phrase: enfants non-infiltrés
medical translation on respiratory acidosis in neonates:
"chez les débiles, enfants non-infiltrés, la compensation respiratoire est très précose, dès les premières heures"
Lydia Brady
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nanon-infiltrated
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naMaybe ir could mean ' unaccustomed' in this context.PANKUJ BALI


  

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Maybe ir could mean ' unaccustomed' in this context.


Explanation:
As the subject matter is of a medical nature, I think the best translation would be 'unaccustomed' or perhaps even 'unaffected' if this seems more consistent with the rest of the text.
HTH
pb


    Le Petit Robert
PANKUJ BALI
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13 hrs
non-infiltrated


Explanation:
I think that in the medical literature, infiltrate is used to mean "inject fluids" into the patients, usually with a needle. I have tried to locate an article in English on respiratory acidosis but there are so many. I found this article
http://www.asahq.org/NEWSLETTERS/1997/09_97/WhatAbout_0997.h...
particularly useful in terms of terminology.

Paola L M.
Hull, Quebec

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Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
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