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  • n. Alternative spelling of pediatrician.

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  • n. a specialist in the care of babies


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  • My Italian “NHS” paediatrician is so horrible that she makes me cry when I have to take my daughter for check ups.


  • Whenever someone proposes introducing Megan's Law to Britain, the case of the mob that attacked a paediatrician is sure to be mentioned by those who oppose the move.

    No paediatricians on this estate

  • Even worse, nobody calls a paediatrician before an emergency Caesarean.


  • - We took Tiefling to Dr Awesomesauce (yes, he really is awesome), who told me to not panic, and any surgery Tiefling may or (most likely) may not need will be a long way in the future, and that a referral to a paediatrician was a bit of an overreaction.

    snippets « oh frabjous day!

  • After calling our paediatrician (not much help, referred us to the hospital) and then the hospital (even less help, referred us to the closed dentist) Bruno called the emergency dentist number I found in this very useful book.

    May 2005

  • "Because of Natasha, we called the paediatrician immediately.

    Cleveland Leader - Cleveland News & More!

  • The paediatrician explained that it was very rare for this to happen in a healthy child and that was hard to deal with.

    'I felt numb – we'd lost our little boy'

  • In many other countries children are not taken to a GP but to a paediatrician.

    Third of NHS children's units fail to comply with EU working time directive

  • Though some parents are loath to switch their babies' diets, Dr. Lee Ka-yan, a paediatrician in Hong Kong, said fundamentally all milk powders are the same.

    Hong Kong Rations Japan's Precious Milk Powder

  • And that same day, impressed by his office, its journals and diplomas and most of all, she'd told him, his very self: the way he'd so smoothly managed to pacify the child and treat the eye within five minutes — and how Edda had squirmed and wriggled in her own mother's arms! — the Frau Reichsmarschall had insisted on having Dr. Ernst Weldmann serve as her daughter's paediatrician.

    For Services Rendered


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