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  • n. One who works in the field of neonatology.


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  • "We can deal with lungs and things like that but, of course, the brain is the most important," said Paul Fassbach, a neonatalogist.

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  • The neonatalogist found us to reassure that the hospital's policy was never to withhold transfusions for preemies.

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  • My uncle is a neonatalogist, chemist, and hobbyist beer brewer, but no video producer.

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  • (Of course, as was mentioned above, this person is not a neonatalogist, so maybe she shouldn't be hovering!)

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  • Also on the flight were Joyce Leifer, a pediatrician who is associated with Children's Hospital; Ed Sites of the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work; Connie Moore of Excela Health's Latrobe Hospital, who has experience as a pediatric nurse; and three professionals from West Penn Allegheny: Chip Lambert, an emergency medicine doctor, Deborah Bohan, a physician's assistant in pediatrics critical care at AGH Suburban, and Arc Balest, a neonatalogist. - News

  • "The babies will be going home one at a time as each reaches near-normal newborn weight," said Mandhir Gupta, neonatalogist at the hospital.

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  • Brann, the first neonatalogist at UMMC and director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Reproductive Health, will serve as a consultant. -

  • Every time a neonatalogist pushes back the barriers the point is made that in saving lives they're [causing problems]. "

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