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Prenatal, neonatal, newborn, elder, adult
from deck Health Care Medical and Pharmaceuticals Icons (PowerPoint clipart)

Age groups medical care

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Age groups medical care" distinguishes between different medical care stages based on age. Prenatal care refers to the health services provided to women and their fetuses during pregnancy. Neonatal care is the specialized care for newborn babies, particularly in the first few weeks after birth. Pediatric care denotes the medical treatment and services given to children and adolescents. Adult care covers the broad range of medical services aimed at adult populations. Elders care, also known as geriatric care, focuses on the health needs of elderly individuals.

Graphical Look

  • The title "Age groups medical care" is prominently displayed at the top.
  • Six graphics, each with a corresponding label underneath:
  • A stylized icon of a pregnant woman representing "Prenatal."
  • Two icons of swaddled babies representing "Neonatal."
  • Two icons of a child and an adult for "Pediatric care" and "Adult care," respectively.
  • An icon of an elderly person with a cane for "Elders care."
  • A ribbon graphic at the top right with the text "Fully editable" and a smaller text piece below "For dark background."
  • Each graphic icon is set against a differently shaded square with rounded corners.
  • The color scheme is teal and purple, with icons, text, and background elements adhering to these colors.
  • The bottom includes a page number "46."

The slide has a clean and professional look with a clear segmentation of care stages through simple, descriptive icons. The use of consistent color and clear typography enhances readability and aesthetic appeal.

Use Cases

  • Presenting healthcare services tailored for different age groups in a medical facility.
  • A healthcare conference discussing the lifecycle approach in medical services.
  • Training material for medical staff to understand patient care segmentation.
  • Marketing presentations for a healthcare organization to outline its range of services.

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