neonatology

noun
neo·​na·​tol·​o·​gy | \ ˌnē-ə-nā-ˈtä-lə-jē How to pronounce neonatology (audio) \

Definition of neonatology

: a branch of medicine concerned with the care, development, and diseases of newborn infants

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Other Words from neonatology

neonatologist \ ˌnē-​ə-​nā-​ˈtä-​lə-​jist How to pronounce neonatologist (audio) \ noun

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The hospital did not make the top 50 rankings list for neonatology. Shari Rudavsky, Indianapolis Star, "Riley Hospital for Children ranks among top 50 hospitals in nation in 9 areas," 24 June 2019 The 12th annual report ranks the top 50 hospitals in 10 pediatric specialties, including cancer, cardiology, gastrointestinal surgery, neonatology and orthopedics. Naseem S. Miller, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Find out how Central Florida children's hospitals ranked in the annual U.S. News report," 26 June 2018 UC Davis Children's Hospital ranked 26 for neonatology, 35 for pediatric nephrology, 44 in pediatric pulmonology and 49 in pediatric urology. Hannah Holzer, sacbee, "UC Davis, Shriners ranked among nation's top hospitals for children in annual report," 28 June 2018 The hospital’s highest ranking is in neonatology, the care of newborn babies who are born premature or who are born at term but have infections, heart disease or other health complications. Hannah Holzer, sacbee, "UC Davis, Shriners ranked among nation's top hospitals for children in annual report," 28 June 2018 Florida Hospital for Children placed 42nd in neonatology, the only specialty for which it was ranked. Naseem S. Miller, OrlandoSentinel.com, "Find out how Central Florida children's hospitals ranked in the annual U.S. News report," 26 June 2018 Last year, Rady was ranked fifth in the nation in neonatology and third in orthopedics but those marks fell to 12th and seventh respectively in this year’s report. Paul Sisson, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Rady again 10-for-10 in U.S. News report, but top rankings slip a bit," 26 June 2018 Instead, they’ll be donated to the not-for-profit children’s hospital specializing in neonatology, cardiology, pediatric and fetal surgery, and cancer services, Cardinal Glennon in St. Louis, Missouri, later this month. Mariah Smith, The Cut, "My Very Sponsored Birthday Party: Part I," 7 May 2018 By the 1960s and ’70s, neonatology had graduated from carnival sideshow to accepted medical discipline. Eva Holland, WIRED, "Saving Baby Boy Green," 27 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of neonatology

1960, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for neonatology

neonate + -o- + -logy

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neonatology

noun
neo·​na·​tol·​o·​gy | \ ˌnē-ə-nāt-ˈäl-ə-jē How to pronounce neonatology (audio) \
plural neonatologies

Medical Definition of neonatology

: a branch of medicine concerned with the care, development, and diseases of newborn infants

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