neonatologist


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neonatologist

 [ne″o-na-tol´o-jist]
a physician who specializes in neonatology. Before becoming a board-certified neonatologist, one must be a pediatrician.

ne·o·na·tol·o·gist

(nē'ō-nā-tol'ŏ-jist),
One who specializes in neonatology.

neonatologist

A pediatrician specialized in managing neonates/newborns Meat & potatoes activity Management of newborns with respiratory disease, infections, birth defects; hemodynamically unstable, premature, critically ill, or post-C-section babies Salary $146K + 13% bonus

ne·o·na·tol·o·gist

(nē'ō-nā-tol'ŏ-jist)
One who specializes in neonatology.

neonatologist

A doctor specializing in the management, assessment, diseases and intensive care of newborn babies, especially those that are of low birth weight and those with congenital abnormalities. After the first 4 weeks of life, care may pass to a general paediatrician.

neonatologist

a veterinarian who specializes in neonatology.
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When neonatologists recommend therapeutic hypothermia for the newborn with presumptive encephalopathy, they may explain the situation to the parents with words such as brain injury, encephalopathy, hypoxia, and ischemia.
Mothers were interviewed after meeting with the neonatologist and after the baby was born.
contacted IS to connect wireless access for the patient on bedrest so she could work from the hospital and coordinated her meeting with the neonatologist.
Our primary contact person the first few days in the PICU was the neonatologist we met before the transfer, who we really, really liked from the very beginning.
Fewer] traumatic injury deaths was very interesting to me," says Nancy Wight, a neonatologist and medical director of lactation services at Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women and Children's Hospital in San Diego.
The parents then told the doctors they wanted no resuscitation or life support to preserve the child's life after delivery, and the obstetrician directed that no neonatologist be present to care for the child after delivery.
Later, in 1994, a hospital Committee of neonatologists, pediatricians, and obstetricians created guidelines for neonatologist referrals.
Fredrick Wirth, a neonatologist at Tufts University School of Medicine, believes that maternal stress on the fetus actually changes the way the baby's brain is developed.
A neonatologist thought the infant appeared hydropic with generalized edema, ascites, and pleural effusion.
Bhandari will provide clinical services and be involved in teaching as an attending neonatologist at St.
The Philippines ranks second in the number of premature births in Southeast Asia, eighth worldwide and 17th in deaths arising from preterm birth complications, according to neonatologist Dr.
Consultant neonatologist Dr Gaurav Atreja, one of the baby girl's doctors, said: "We gave them time to think but they were only too keen and came back to me within a couple of hours.