The Pediatrician

Kuchna, John; de Gennaro, Renee
March 2009
Pharmaceutical Representative;Mar2009, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p22
The article focuses on the pediatricians, a specialist physician who generally functions in a primary care setting for children from birth to 21 years old, and pediatric practices. It notes that management of serious and life-threatening illnesses, health supervision and age-appropriate screening are some of the responsibilities of pediatricians. Furthermore, their pediatric practices depend on their environment, either they work alone or with a group or in a hospital, clinic or medical school.


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