Session 2: Pediatric Surgery
Pediatric Surgery is a discipline of medicine that specializes in the care of children from infancy through puberty. Patient identification is still a part of the Pediatrics approach, but it is increasingly in conflict with therapy and needs careful evaluation. Professionals in the area refer to someone who works in Pediatric as a Pediatrician. A Pediatrician produces the best treatment plans for patients, conducts pre-employment evaluations and preventative measures, and analyses patient development as a characteristic of aftercare concerns.
- Prenatal and neonatal surgery
- Urological surgery
- Trauma surgery
- Thoracic surgery