Definition of neonatology in English:

neonatology

noun

  • See neonatal

    • ‘Although about 3000 randomised controlled trials have been reported in the field of neonatology, many interventions have not yet been subjected to unbiased evaluation.’
    • ‘Advances in neonatology and pediatric anesthesia now have made it possible to perform cleft repair surgery during the neonatal period.’
    • ‘Fortunately, advances in obstetrics and neonatology, the branch of pediatrics that deals with newborns, have improved the chances for survival for even these smallest babies.’
    • ‘He was one of the last professors of paediatrics to combine general paediatric skills with an academic interest in neonatology, and he inspired students and trainees with his enthusiasm for teaching.’
    • ‘More RDN research in neonatology may reflect the fact that neonatal nutrition is a relatively new field for the dietitian.’

Pronunciation

neonatology

/-nāˈtäləjē/