Definition of pediatric
: of or relating to pediatrics
Recent Examples of pediatric from the Web
Kosair Charities has $259 million in assets, according to its most recent tax report, and gave $13.5 million in grants to 100 pediatric agencies in the Louisville area.
When your body starts pumping out too much insulin—which is common with type 2—receptors in the skin folds respond by making extra pigment, says Alyne Ricker, MD, pediatric endocrinologist at Joslin Diabetes Center in Boston.
Children's is the primary site for pediatric clinical and educational programs for the UAB School of Medicine.
Other speakers included Renea Burns, a nurse with experience in pediatric intensive care.
Former President Barack Obama is hitting the campaign trail to support Virginia Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam, the easygoing pediatric neurologist running for state governor.
Dr. Hannah Tully, a pediatric neurologist at Seattle Children’s, examined Aryanna five weeks after birth and again this month.
Northam, a usually low-key pediatric neurologist, won running as a pragmatist with the state Democratic establishment’s firm support.
Northam, 57, was a pediatric neurologist who spent eight years in the Army – treating casualties in Desert Storm.
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First Known Use of pediatric
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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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