geriatrician


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geriatrician

 [jer″e-ah-trish´an]
a physician specializing in geriatrics.

geriatrician

(jĕr′ē-ə-trĭsh′ən) also

geriatrist

(-ăt′rĭst)
n.
A physician who specializes in geriatrics.

geriatrician

[jer′ē·ətrish′ən]
a physician who has specialized postgraduate education and experience in the medical care of older persons.

geriatrician

A doctor specializing in the medical aspects of old age.

geriatrician

a specialist in geriatrics.
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Consider the participation of a geriatrician in the weekly multidisciplinary oncology staff meeting during selection of the patients who will need the expertise of a geriatrician.
As the geriatrician was removing the films from the view boy, I noticed the
Al Jaziri said for cases that require rehabilitation therapy, geriatricians refer the patients for home-based physiotherapy services.
Speaking to Gulf News, Dr Mohammad Jameel Al Noamani, Senior Specialist Geriatrician and Head of Medical Affairs at the Centre, said that he undertook a sample study of 15 people in their mid-40s, using the machine.
Geriatricians are doctors who specialize in treating older patients, but it may not be easy for everyone to find one.
Geriatricians and specialists in nursing and other fields should be offered incentives in the form of an internist who increased incomes, loan for-giveness, scholarships, and other awards, according to the report.
In one research effort, for example, geriatrician Harvey Jay Cohen of Duke University Medical Center and the VA Medical Center in Durham, N.
Consultant geriatrician Bim Bhowmick has been appointed an honorary professor of the University of Wales, Cardiff
His expertise as a geriatrician and his dedication to providing quality care will be a great benefit throughout our nursing and rehabilitation centers.
Dr Soha Abdelaziz, geriatrician at the DHA's primary care sector, said: "Approximately, 300 patients are registered under the home care programme.
Here is where getting your medical care from a geriatrician can make a huge difference (if you don't currently see one, and feel your health might benefit from a switch, your Medicare health plan can confirm if there is a geriatrician in your area).
Older adults are less likely to visit the emergency department of a hospital if they receive care from a geriatrician rather than traditional primary care, II according to a study published in the January 2013 issue of the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.

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