geriatric : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a of or relating to the aged
- a of or relating to or practicing geriatrics
- She was director of the Institute on Aging, University of Pennsylvania; chief of the division of geriatric medicine; Sylvan Eisman Professor of Medicine and Health Care Systems .
- Most of their fighters are armed with ancient M-16s and AK-47s, and the heaviest weapons at their disposal are two geriatric M-79 grenade launchers.
- Finding a geriatric-care manager is often the best way to help an ailing parent who is far away.
- Tendai Biti in FOXNews
The basic problem is that we have an old man, a geriatric, who is not prepared to give up power and that situation isn't going to change on June 27,Biti said.
- Jennifer Aniston in Contactmusic.com
Aniston, who turns 40 in February (09), tells People magazine, "We know how much people want that, and we would of course do it if it's right. But I say do it way before we get to be geriatric Friends.
- Raphael in U.S. News & World Report
In the current system, there's no one accountable,Raphael said. "That's why it can cost you $125 an hour [for a geriatric care manager], because you're trying to fill that hole."