paediatrician


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paediatrician

(chiefly US), pediatrician
a medical practitioner who specializes in paediatrics
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If a fever persists in a child older than 1 year for longer than 24 hours, even if there are no other symptoms, call the paediatrician.
When parents come in complaining that their infant has a fever, as a paediatrician I always ask an important question: "What do you mean by fever?
Emirates Paediatric Society (EPS) and the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) have signed a MoU with the aim of creating a solid network of physicians and paediatricians for the UAE.
READERS may have formed a misleading impression following your article about paediatricians dated March 30, 2008.
Paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow is facing a GMC hearing regarding the evidence he gave in the trials of Angela Cannings and Sally Clark, mothers convicted but later cleared of murdering their babies.
Local authorities were ordered to examine thousands of civil cases where parents had been forced to give up their children for adoption after being accused of abuse on the testimony of paediatricians.
Paediatricians who gave evidence in alleged abuse cases claim they are victims of threats and harassment by groups purporting to support wrongly accused mothers.
In his book 'A Paediatrician in Your Pocket' the answers are provided in an easy to understand format.
It's said that paediatricians are now wary of participating in cases of alleged child abuse because of a hate campaign in the wake of the overturning of Sally Clark and Angela Canning's convictions.
But the Welsh Government says it encourages paediatricians to apply for grants and work with other child health professionals to contribute to a "vibrant research environment".