Clinical Pediatrics

Session 1: Clinical Pediatrics

Pediatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the health and medical care of infants, young children, and teens. Pediatrics, which derives from two Greek terms, is defined as "the healing of children." Along with the immediate treatment of sick children, Pediatrics is concerned with the long-term effects on quality of life, impairment, and survival. It comprises core interventions to promote the well-being of children. The major problem may be related to nutritional deficits given how many nutritional deficiencies in neonates' and children's general health could impair growth and development.

  • Clinical Pediatrics emergency medicine
  • Clinical Pediatrics practices
  • Clinical Pediatric nursing

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