superspecialist

superspecialist

(ˌsuːpəˈspɛʃəlɪst)
n
a highly skilled specialist
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2,5,6] The Prevalence of Infection in South Africa (PISA) study, which evaluated antimicrobial prescription practices at specialist and superspecialist level in state/academic and the private sectors among critically ill patients in South Africa (SA), revealed startling results approximately 80% of such patients were receiving antimicrobial therapy, the appropriate choice of antimicrobial occurred in just over 40% of patients, antibiotics were modified appropriately in just over 10% of patients, and the duration of therapy was appropriate in just over a quarter of the patients.
Dr Shah, a visiting superspecialist surgeon from Shalby Hospital, India, introduced and innovated the zero technique through which he can perform a joint replacement surgery in 10 minutes against two hours taken by other doctors performing the surgery using conventional methods.
Tenders are invited for Rcf Wishes To Empanel Hospitals And Diagnostic Imaging Centres Located At Specific Mumbai And Navi Mumbai Areas For Providing Critical Care Consultations From Specialist And Superspecialist Doctors And For Carrying Out Special Investigations
Progressing through mammography and ultrasound to MRI, we were treated to a course that was equally appropriate for a radiologist in training, an occasional breast imager or a breast-imaging superspecialist.
On the other hand, among the specialized retailers Vallet and Molla (2006) distinguish four great categories based on his assortment: specialized store, which displays a limited line, a narrow, deep assortment; single line store (of specialties, superspecialist, or niche specialist), which is characterized by a very narrow and very deep assortment, by a specialized line or part of the line; large specialized surface, which offers a narrow, very deep assortment and large store size (between 5,000 and 10,000 [m.
Overseeing the recruitment of foreign health-care providers, particularly professionals belonging to various superspecialist disciplines, will be part of its principal tasks as well.
Health care is now so complex that not only specialists but also so-called superspecialists are needed to manage complicated cases successfully.
With the advent of superspecialization and technological advances, some health experts have added a quarternary care, which can offer highly sophisticated laboratory and diagnostic evaluation plus the services of highly trained superspecialists.
This therefore requires a team of pediatric surgeon, neurosurgeon, pediatrician, physiotherapist, neurologist and other superspecialists.
Deka, outlines the promise of numbers: " Till date, we have produced 5,022 medical specialists, 1,259 superspecialists, 2,596 MBBS doctors and 944 PhDs.
During my career, ultrasound moved from being a complex technique suitable only for superspecialists to becoming a tool we could all use, and then back again to machines deemed too expensive for the ordinary obstetrician to handle.