pediatrician


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paediatrician

(chiefly US), pediatrician
a medical practitioner who specializes in paediatrics

pediatrician

[‚pēd·ē·ə′trish·ən]
(medicine)
A physician who specializes in pediatrics.
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Pediatricians provide well-child services throughout youngsters' childhoods.
The studies of the late Filipina pediatrician's also paved the way for the invention of the first incubator and jaundice-relieving device.
Because these models are not yet the norm, MH service enhancement requires partnerships characterized by regular communication between pediatricians and off-site or colocated MH specialists (American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2010; Pidano, Kimmelblatt, & Neace, 2011).
While attending these appointments, learn to become comfortable having crucial conversations with the pediatrician. If money is an issue at the moment, be honest.
Data for physician and pediatrician totals were obtained from the Survey of Physicians, Dentists, and Pharmacologists (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare 2013), which is conducted every 2 years by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
They conducted a nationally representative survey of family physicians and pediatricians with multivariable analysis.
US pediatricians and public health officials worry about diseases, such as polio, that have been eradicated in the US for over 30 years, yet still exist in a few countries in Asia and Africa.
In the program at the pediatrician's office, the child and their caregiver participated in six to 12 individual or family sessions within six months where the mental health clinician worked on individualized goals to address the behavioral health issue and reviewed educational materials to help achieve those goals.
VERDICT Indiana defense verdict for the pediatrician. (The hospital reached a confidential settlement with the parents before trial.)
(2002) Pediatrician Counseling about preventive health topics: Results from the Physicians' Practices Survey, 1998-1999.
If you think your baby has a fever, the first thing you should do until you see a pediatrician is remove excessive clothing and wraps and check the temperature again.
Most respondents to a national survey of pediatricians who treat adolescents said that they talked with these patients about sexual health and high-risk behaviors during routine visits, but many did not offer the counseling and services necessary to help them protect their reproductive health.