geriatrics : Definition, Usages, News and More

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je ree a triks

  • n  the branch of medical science that deals with diseases and problems specific to old people

  • But when Greg Sachs, chief of geriatrics at the University of Chicago, launched a geriatrics fellowship in 1986, only a few young doctors entered the two-year program, in fits .
  • Nowhere in the country is there a chair of geriatrics, or any course specifically devoted to geriatrics in any medical-school curriculum.
  • The latest in a long line of research on alcohol's benefits sure to cause a stir is a paper by geriatrics researchers at the University of Bari in Italy appearing in the .
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  • Michael McCloud in Kansas City Star
    Just about the moment I realized the strange soup of humanity was happening right before my eyes, a tour bus pulled up from Fort Lauderdale,McCloud recalled of that March day in 1988. "A bunch of geriatrics with walkers came in with their...
  • Khaw Boon Wan in Channel News Asia
    My biggest dream is to have my thesis work in conjunction with doctors in geriatrics, to have a machine figure out from patients' blood exactly what sounds to play to change the hormonal balance in their blood and make them survive the anesthesia... Rory Lewis Charlotte Observer Jan 5, 2007 41759 57346 geriatrics Mr Khaw said: When we look beyond O&G, we see women living longer and presenting with many conditions which requires our care - osteoporosis, oncology, geriatrics, strokes. Their needs beyond O&G are growing and contribute to the crowding in the...

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