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AcronymDefinition
PEDPediatrics
PEDPediatrician
PEDPedestrian
PEDPedestal
PEDPhysical Education
PEDPIN Entry Device
PEDPerformance Enhancing Drug
PEDPedorthist (healthcare footwear specialist)
PEDPersonal Electronic Device
PEDPorcine Epidemic Diarrhea
PEDPôle Européen de Développement (French)
PEDParole Eligibility Date (UK criminal system)
PEDPigment Epithelial Detachment (age-related macular degeneration)
PEDParti de l'Environnement et du Développement (French: Environment and Development Party, Morocco)
PEDPeriod End Date
PEDPetroleum Exploration and Development (scientific journal)
PEDPre-Construction Engineering & Design (USACE)
PEDParoxysmal Exercise-Induced Dystonia
PEDPhase Error Detector
PEDPayload Element Developer (NASA)
PEDProcessing, Exploitation & Dissemination
PEDPersonal Entry Device
PEDPrimary Electrical Disease
PEDPlatform Equipment Deck (NASA)
PEDPre-Existing Damages
PEDProgram Element Description
PEDPrototype Engine Demonstration
PEDPlatform Edge Door (London underground)
PEDProgram Elements Document
PEDPetition Expiration Date
PEDProgram Entry Device
PEDProcurement Early Development
PEDProgrammable Encryption Device(s)
PEDTV Term Describing Pedestal Camera Mount
PEDProduction Engineering Division
PEDPrice Elasticity of Demand (economics)
PEDPressure Equipment Directive (EU)
PEDProject Engineering Documentation
PEDPreliminary Engineering Design
PEDProtective Equipment Decontamination
PEDProject Engineering and Design
PEDPhase Equilibrium Diagram
PEDPre-Employment Development (Canada)
PEDPrecision Engineering Division
PEDPyroelectric Detector
PEDProject Entropia Dollar (gaming, MMORPG)
PEDPublic Education Division (various organizations)
PEDProgram Evaluation Division (Ofice of Policy, Planning and Evaluation)
PEDPrimary Education Development (program; US Agency for International Development, Pakistan)
PEDPotential Energy Distribution
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A 1987 graduate of the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, Cottrill completed a residency in pediatrics at West Virginia University and has a clinical interest in ambulatory pediatrics.
After 13 years of operation, Pediatrics Plus has progressed from working out of a home office with barely a dozen families to providing specialized health care services to more than 1,000 special-needs children across the central Arkansas and River Valley areas.
Armenia pays serious attention to the pediatrics issues.
of Pennsylvania School of Medicine), to the field of pediatrics.
Guth Chair for Holistic and Integrative Medicine, and professor of pediatrics, public health sciences, and family and community medicine at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.
There have been some slow times with Pediatrics for Parents when the issues were few and far between.
Nevertheless, when the American Academy of Pediatrics last reviewed the pros and cons of newborn-male circumcision in 1999, it stated that "the potential medical benefits .
It's the most serious medical disease that's ever hit children," says pediatrician William Sears, MD, an associate clinical professor of pediatrics at the University of California-Irvine.
In 1996, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended targeted tuberculin skin testing (TST) of children while discouraging routine TST of children without risk factors for tuberculosis (TB).
About 17% of school-age children in the United States suffer from a disability that affects their behavior, memory; or ability to learn, according to a study published in the March 1994 issue of Pediatrics by a team from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), The list of maladies includes attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autistic spectrum disorders, epilepsy; Tourette syndrome, and less specific conditions such as mental retardation and cerebral palsy.
Assistant Attending in the Department of Pediatrics/Development and Behavioral Pediatrics, will coordinate the pediatric consultations from St.
Through functional magnetic resonance imaging technology, researchers in the Department of Pediatrics at Yale University have identified a disruption in the neural circuitry for reading in the brains of dyslexic children.