Definition of pediatric
: of or relating to pediatrics
Recent Examples of pediatric from the Web
Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children aims to improve pediatric and maternal health in the developing world.
Adult heart transplants are also available at the University of Kansas Hospital and Children’s Mercy Hospital started a pediatric program two years ago.
Experts such as Robert Lustig, a pediatric endocrinologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and Gary Taubes, co-founder of the nonprofit Nutrition Science Initiative, say sugar is to blame.
Join Parker and his family in their fight to pound out pediatric cancer and bring awareness to finding a cure.
PEOPLE caught up with Bella at the Runway to Hope Spring Fashion Soiree, an event that raises funds to fight pediatric cancer.
Jones was working as a nurse in the pediatric intensive care unit at Bexar County Hospital, which is now University Hospital.
The physical therapy is important, says Fernanda Daniel Fialho, a doctor in Rio de Janeiro, specializing in pediatric intensive care.
Last Thursday, Napo announced a deal with Glenmark in India to develop and commercialize Crofelemer as a pediatric and acute infectious diarrhea treatment.
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Definition of pediatric for English Language Learners
medical : of or relating to the medical care or illnesses of children
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