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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The web-based online data collection system has a list of predefined data which was designed with the help of neonatologists from Latifa Hospital and the DHA IT department.
During the hearing, the shortfall of neonatologists was described by committee members as "stark".
We cannot retain staff because they perceive a lack of commitment, and you will have read of our last consultant neonatologist leaving to go to a unit in Scotland with 5,000 deliveries and 5 consultant neonatologists (North Wales has over 7,000 deliveries).
South Wales now has 26 neonatologists in post and vacancies for specialist nurses had been cut, she said.
He is a board-certified neonatologist who has served on the UAMS faculty for the past 25 years.
Forman says to the neonatologist, "We want the twins to be DNR.
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needs a computer with wireless access so she can work from the hospital and has a scheduled meeting with the neonatologist about delivering a preterm infant.
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Physicians utilize OSCs high speed optical network, which has more than 1,850 of fibre, to transmit images and allow neonatologist to collaborate with pediatricians on long distance exams via videoconferencing technology.