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Pediatrics

Pediatric oncologists are medical professionals who specialize with the diagnosis and treatment of cancers that occur during childhood. These professionals have an advanced education, training and experience that allow them to thoroughly understand how cancers affect children in a different way than adults do. They are responsible in managing, diagnosing and treating a wide variety of cancers that occur in children such as cancer of the blood or leukemia. Pediatric oncologists are well-trained in...

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Pediatric Oncologist

age, there are many different kinds of oncologists” (Ferguson 118). For example, a pediatric oncologist works to treat and diagnose cancers that affect children (Brown). “Cancer found in children is not common, and is different in children than in adults. Pediatric oncologists receive special training in these differences and in how to relate to children with cancer and their families” (Hinkle). To become a pediatric oncologist one must go through many years of school and training, but the career comes...

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Pediatrics and Medical School

years of age, has a hectic but rewarding job. It takes only not only good grades but also extreme dedication to succeed in this medical field. There are many different types of pediatricians and finding the right one is essential. Overall, life as a pediatric doctor is right for some people and it may be you. The road to becoming a pediatrician starts with selecting the right premedical college courses. Although this may vary between different medical schools, theses are the minimum requirements for...

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Neonatal: Pediatrics and Job Openings

the future outlook for this job, and many more detailed descriptions! First off, I better tell you what the career consists of, so throughout this report you will have a pretty good idea of what I’m talking about. Neonatology is a specialty of pediatrics that consists of the medical care of newborn babies, especially the sick or premature newborns. It is usually practiced in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). The basics of neonatologists are newborn infants who are ill or need extra medical...

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Pediatric Urgent Care Clinic Business Plan Proposal

Market/Location C. Competition/Competitive Advantage V. Financial Plan A. Financial Assumptions for the Projection B. Projected income statement C. Cost, Supplies/Equipment Pediatric Urgent Care Clinic Business Plan I. BUSINESS/EXECUTIVE SUMMARY With long waits at the emergency room, pediatric urgent care centers have become an alternative to after-hours care for children. It takes great patience, and a big caring and compassionate heart to take care of sick or ill patients. It...

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Pediatric Case Study

Pediatric Case Study Patient Initials: AM Birthdate: 1-20-2013 Admission: 1-20-2013 Discharge: 1-22-2013 Diagnosis Diagnosis: Single Live Birth via Cesarean Section Definition: An infant showing one of the three evidences of life (breathing, heart action, movements of a voluntary muscle) after complete birth. In some countries a live birth is considered not to have occurred if the infant dies during the 24 hours following delivery. Which of these two definitions is used...

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Actue Otitis Media

Diagnosis and management of acute otitis media by American Academy of Pediatrics and American Academy of Family Physicians is a filtered resource. (American Academy of Pediatrics, 2004) It is appropriate for this situation. This article describes the different treatment options for children with acute otitis media. This is an evidence based guideline. Causative pathogens, antibiotic resistance and therapeutic considerations in acute otitis media is an evidence summary resource. (Block, 1997) ...

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Application of Evidenced -Based Practice

Application of Evidenced-based Practice Regarding pediatric Patients and Otitis Media 1 Running head: Application of Evidenced -based Practice Application of Evidence-based Practice Regarding Pediatric Patients and Otitis Media Running head: Application of Evidence-based Practice 2 The nursing...

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Pediatricians

children, also known as residency program (work experience). The doctor can then become a certified pediatrician by passing an examination given by a pediatrics specialty board. Many pediatricians take two to three years of additional training in a particular area of pediatrics. Some specialties are pediatric surgery, pediatric infectious diseases, pediatric hematology-oncology, and neonatal-prenatal medicine. Aside from the training, the pediatrician must also complete medical licensing exams such as...

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Ebt1 Task 2 Wgu

Research Integration EBT1 Task 2 Types of Sources of Evidence/Appropriateness/Classifications The article from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) that addresses acute otitis media (AOM) is a filtered resource. This article is appropriate for use in nursing practice as it establishes diagnosis and management guidelines for the treatment of AOM. In addition the article recommends treatment options for the symptoms of AOM and addresses...

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