Journal of Pediatrics, Perinatology and Child Health



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Journal Scope

Journal of Pediatrics, Perinatology and Child Health is a peer-reviewed journal that advances the perinatology, pediatric research and serves as a practical guide for pediatricians who manage health and diagnose and treat disorders in infants, children, and adolescents. The Journal seeks to publish original articles, review articles, editorials, letters to the editor, short communication, clinical and laboratory case reports on the topics related to pediatrics, perinatology and child health.

Journal of Pediatrics, Perinatology and Child Health focuses on the issues related to the health and health care of children from the stage of Perinatology to adolescents. The Journal covers the topics like Perinatology, Neonatology, Pediatrics, Child Health, Birth Defects, Critical-Care, Pediatric Cardiology, Medicine, Surgery, Nursing, Obesity, Neurology, Psychology, Pulmonology, Allergy, Asthma, Dentistry, Nutrition, Nephrology, Trauma, Gastroenterology, Dermatology, Pediatric Oncology, Ophthalmology, Cancer, Diseases, Immunology, Radiology, Rheumatology, Osteology, Hematology and others.

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Journal Classification

Pediatrics (or paediatrics) is the study of science that includes the therapeutic consideration of babies, kids, and adolescents. The American Academy of Pediatrics prescribes individuals who are under pediatric consideration up to the age of 21. A pediatric specialist is called a pediatrician, or paediatrician. The word pediatrics and its cognates signify "healer of children". Pediatricians work both in hospitals, especially those working in its subspecialties, for example, neonatology, and as primary care physicians. 
Maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) (or perinatology) is a science of medicine that centers on treatment of the mother and fetus before, amid, and not long after pregnancy. The specialists of perinatology are doctors who subspecialize in the field of obstetrics. Their training regularly incorporates a four-year residency in obstetrics and gynecology pursued by a three-year fellowship. They may perform pre-birth tests, give medicines, and perform surgeries. They act both as an advisor amid lower-hazard pregnancies and as the essential obstetrician in particularly high-risk pregnancies. After birth, they may work with pediatricians or neonatologists. For the mother, perinatologists help with pre-existing health concerns, and intricacies caused by pregnancy. 
Child Care 
Childcare (or daycare) is the care and supervision of children, whose age ranges from about a month to 13 years. Childcare is the activity of taking care of children by a day-care members, caretakers, babysitter, etc. Childcare is an expansive subject that covers a wide range of experts, organizations, contexts, cultural and social traditions. Early Childcare is a similarly imperative and frequently disregarded part of child development. Quality care since early age can substantially affect the future triumphs of children. The principle focal point of childcare is on the improvement of the children, regardless of whether that be mental, social, or psychological. 
An infant is the more formal or specific equivalent word for "baby", the offspring of human. The term may likewise be utilized to allude to adolescents of different living beings. An infant is a baby who is just hours, days, or up to a month old. In the context of medicine, newborn or neonate alludes to an infant in the initial 28 days after birth; the term applies to premature, full term, and post mature infants; "fetus" term is utilized for before birth. The word "infant" is commonly used for young children under one year of age. At the point when a human youngster figures out how to walk, the expression "toddler" can be used. 
Neonatology is a subspecialty of pediatrics that comprises of the therapeutic consideration of babies, particularly the ill or untimely infant. It is a hospital-based specialty, and is normally practiced in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). The vital patients of neonatologists are babies who are sick or require extraordinary restorative care because of prematurity, low birth weight, intrauterine development limitation, intrinsic mutations (birth abandons), sepsis, aspiratory hypoplasia or birth asphyxia. 
Birth Defects 
Birth Defect (or congenital disorder) is a condition present during childbirth irrespective of its cause. Birth defects may result in handicaps that might be physical or developmental. The disability can range from gentle to severe. Birth defects are partitioned into two principle types: structural disorders in which there are issues with the shape of a body part and functional disorders in which there are issues with working of a body part. Functional disorders incorporate metabolic and degenerative disorders. Some birth defects comprise of both structural and functional disorders. 
Pediatric Cardiology 
Pediatric cardiologists diagnose and treat heart problems in children, including congenital heart disease and arrhythmias (or abnormal heart rhythms). Pediatric cardiologists are explicitly prepared to treat heart issues that influence children. Pediatric cardiologists work with essential care pediatricians to give composed and exhaustive care. Since heart diseases can be complex and accompanied with different challenges for kids, pediatric cardiologists work in teams with other health care providers. These incorporate pediatric heart specialists, cardiovascular anesthesiologists, neonatologists, heart pediatric intensivists, pediatric radiologists. 
Pediatric Oncology 
Pediatric oncology is the treatment and research of cancer in youngsters and youthful grown-ups. Pediatric oncologists study and train in both pediatrics and oncology. The sorts of cancers that evolve in children are frequently not quite the same as cancers that evolve in adults. Pediatric oncologists work in treating babies, kids, young adults who have cancer. Childhood cancers can grow as the consequence of DNA changes in cells that happen before birth. Some adult cancers are connected to ecological or way of life factors. Cancers in children are rarely identified with an ecological or way of life factor. 

Latest Articles

Case Report Open Access Pages: 6 - 9 Lebanon
An Unusual Presentation of Congenital Hypothyroidism in a Newborn: Transient Pseudo-Obstruction

Congenital hypothyroidism is mostly asymptomatic at birth. It is usually detected by targeted neonatal screening for CH that is performed after birth. Nonetheless, there are reports of rare and vague presentations of CH, as protracted icterus, abdominal distension, sk...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 10 - 15 Turkey
Assessment of Serum Zinc Status of Children

Objective: Zinc is an important trace element in terms of children being able to grow and develop normally and to be protected from diseases and it is also essential for most of the enzymes to be able to function normally. In this study, we aimed to evaluate the serum...Read More


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