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Stool Frequency Neonatologists
Neonatology is a Medical Subspeciality of Pediatrics which deals with diseases and conditions of Newborn including Premature NewBorns and their care Neonatology specialists generally limit their practice to babies born in the hospital or admitted to hospital after ...Read more
Trigeminal neuralgia's med gabapine 400 is increasing stool frequency n upseting digestion. What to do to have relief from pain?
Post op care: For a neonatal patient, postoperative care can be provided by a number of different physicians depending upon the type and complexity of surgery, as well as the actual or anticipated post-operative course, and other co-morbid patient factors. Optimal care may be rendered by a team of physicians or one, but often there is a team of individuals caring for any one patient beyond just a single doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Apnea monitor: Neonatologists order apnea monitors for select children being disharged from the nicu to home when they are concerned that the child is at risk for events where the child may stop breathing (apnea). The monitor alarms for apnea, thereby urging the caregiver to evaluate the child. Not all children discharged from nicu require this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Of course: It is very rewarding. You feel that you made a difference. ...Read more
NewbornSpecialists: Neonatology is a Medical Subspeciality of Pediatrics which deals with diseases and conditions of Newborn including Premature NewBorns and their care Neonatology specialists generally limit their practice to babies born in the hospital or admitted to hospital after birth outside the hospital ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Science degree: Anyone will tell you the medical school and residency years will go easier with a science background, but that doesn't mean biological sciences only! Whatever science appeals to you will do... ...Read more
Residency+Fellowship: Neonatologists are doctors who specialize in the medical care of newborn infants. They typically have the following training: - at least 4 years of medical school (after at least of 4 years of undergraduate schooling) - 3 years of residency training in pediatrics - 3 years of fellowship (additional, specific training) in newborn intensive care. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Mother-fetus/newborn: Neo (new)natologists care for babies in the first month of their life and sometimes beyond. Peri (around)natologists care for fetuses during and before the time of birth. Newer term is maternal-fetal medicine, a subscpecialty focusing on maternal and fetal health throughout and sometimes before pregnancy. Neonatologist has peds residency + neonatology fellowship. Perinatologist has obgyn + mfm ed. ...Read more
All: Looks like you are in academic center. In the best case scenario all of the professionals you mentioned work as a team and communicate with each other. Many double check points and an opportunity to get different opinions. The neonatologist is the person with more training and (usually) experience but it is important for you to be comfortable to communicate with one or all of them! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I am trying to decide if I want to be a neonatologist or an orthodontist, what are some pros and cons of both?
Passion: Beyond the extensive investment of time and finances involved, it is critical to know your passion for either specialty. Get some good advice and counsel regarding each of these fields and see what sparks your passion. Let that decide for you what will provide a lifetime of true professional satisfaction. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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