Journal of Pediatrics, Perinatology and Child Health



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Review Article Open Access Pages: 1 - 9 P.R. China
Neutropenia in Premature Infants

Subba Chetana, He Xiangying

Neutropenia is a self-resolving condition in many newborn infants. However, the formation and the role of the neutrophils are considered to be slightly different in the premature infants. The neutrophils act as a vital component in the innate immunity so the neonatal ...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppch.7405007
Research Article Open Access Pages: 10 - 17 Iraq
Risk Factors of Pregnancy over the Age 35 among Women in Baghdad

Khalidah Salman Saad

Background: A high-risk pregnancy is one in which some condition puts the mother or the developing fetus, or both, at an increased risk for complications during or after pregnancy and birth.

Aim of the study: To assess the effect o...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppch.7405008
Research Article Open Access Pages: 18 - 26 Iraq
Knowledge of Diabetic Patients towards Diabetes Mellitus in a Sample of Patients Attending Diabetes and Endocrine Center

Khalidah Salman Saad

Background: Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects people and requires the continuation of medical treatment and follow-up, which is a widespread disease at all the time and places in the world.

Aims: To assess the knowledge le...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppch.7405009
Research Article Open Access Pages: 27 - 35 Pakistan
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Safety and Efficacy of Regular Insulin and Metformin During Pregnancy

Jais kumar, Kishore kumar

Gestational diabetes mellitus is a common metabolic disorder diagnosed during pregnancy. During pregnancy insulin resistance increases due to placental, growth and progesterone hormones. As pregnancy precedes the insulin resistance increase gradually, making hyperglyc...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppch.74050010
Short Communication Open Access Pages: 36 - 39 Hungary
Exchange Transfusion-To do or Not to do for Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia?

Lajos Lakatos

Exchange transfusion for the treatment of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia is frequenly used also in the low- and middle-income countries. This unique intervention in the neonatal period is rather agressive and too expensive method as a therapy of a generally harmless dise...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jppch.74050011

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