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Handbook of the Philosophy of Medicine pp Cite as. Conceptions of childhood have undergone continuous and historical evolution; children can no longer be regarded as small adults. Transformation to adulthood occurs by a process of biological, cognitive, and moral development in which distinct stages can be identified. Infants and very young children show an increased vulnerability to environmental and other harms, because of their size, immature anatomy and physiology, and differing pharmacodynamics.
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PLoS Med 5 8 : e This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Competing interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Children are often touted as being very important members of society because they represent our future. Optimizing their health outcomes has the potential for a huge impact on public health because children are at an early stage in the life trajectory. But it is often unclear how society allocates its resources or creates policies to ensure that it invests in children's health. The under-investment in pediatric clinical trials is a good example of how our resource allocation may be insufficient.
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This is the standard mantra during pediatrics residency training, an almost sacrosanct statement. It seems designed not to justify the specialized care that children need, but instead to assure ourselves, as pediatricians, that we will not become obsolete. Call the pediatric inquisition!! From the points of view of anatomy obvious and physiology less obvious , children are in a special category. Children behave differently than adults; they require specific testing for their specific illnesses; they need special techniques for procedures.
Here at St. We like to challenge established thinking and perhaps to look again at what we all know to be true. Now, there is much to be said for paediatrics and paediatricians.