Eminent Editorial Board Members

Robert Edward Garfield
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Jermane Bond
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Mariam Rahmani
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Ronald T Brown
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Mirko Bertozzi
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Shibin Cheng
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Giovanni Larciprete
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
John E. Nathan
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Noureddin Dean Nourbakhsh
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
George Gregory Buttigieg
MALTA
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care

Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care (JPDNC) is an international, peer reviewed journal publishes original works after an excellent peer review. The journal promotes the latest research works and improvements in the field of Pediatrics which will be helpful for various professionals in the treatment and diagnosis of various Pediatrics disorders for the well-being of neonates.

JPDNC publishes high-quality articles of original research, review, case reports and short communications of various studies related to Pediatric like Neonatal diseases and Abnormalities, Neonatal care, Pediatric heart defects, developmental disorders, etc.

RECENT ARTICLES
Court Obstetric – Pediatric Issues: Evidence-Based Practice
The article reviews the impact (or lack of it) of Evidence-Based Practice on obstetric - pediatric jurisprudence within the remit of the Bolam test. It briefly reviews the judicial outcome of the classical 1957 Bolam v Friern Hospital Management Comm...
Diagnosis of the Bone Age and Prediction of Adult Height by the Ebrí Methods (New Computer Programs): New Software, Bone Age Calculation
The authors offer the possibility of free download of three computer programs (Ebrí indexes) two new ones that are added to the existing one and that automatically give us the diagnoses of bone age and prediction of the adult height of children from...
A Case Report on Neonatal Hepatoblastoma
Neonatal hepatoblastoma is a rare primary malignant tumor. 90% of hepatoblastomas in pediatric population is seen below the age of four. Plasma alpha protein dosage is a sensitive cum specific marker for confirming the diagnosis. Low birth weight pre...
Does the Opening of a Milk Bank in NICU Cancel the Incidence of NEC?
Several studies suggest that donor milk (DM) is effective in preventing necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) in preterm infants and DM is widely used for this purpose when the mother’s milk (OMM) is unavailable, and the presence of a DMB (Donor Milk Ban...
F-18 Fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG) Negative Hepatoblastoma with High Alphaphetoprotein Levels; Better Prognosis
Although hepatoblastoma is the most common malign tumor in childhood in the liver there are few studies including fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomography/computed tomography imaging and hepatoblastoma. The patient included in this report has ...
Effectiveness of Modified Constraint Induced Movement Therapy along with Conventional Physiotherapy on Upper Extremity Function for Children with Hemiplegic Type of Cerebral Palsy
To determine the effectiveness of modified CIMT on upper extremity function for children with hemiplegic type of cerebral palsy (CP). This research was pre-experimental research design. Twelve (12) children (age: 2 to 8 years) from pediatric physioth...
Rigidity with Multifocal Seizure Syndrome, Lethal Neonatal in a Lebanese Neonate. A Rare Case Report
Rigidity with Multifocal Seizure Syndrome, Lethal Neonatal is a neonatal epileptic syndrome OMIM 614498, presenting early in newborn life as drug resistant myoclonus, generalized rigidity and delayed milestones. This syndrome is strongly associated w...
The Role of Parents in Cooperative Relationships between Parents and Professionals
It is usual for teams of educational, medical and care-giving personnel to support the educational progress of children who required special needs teaching. Team members can include teachers, special educators, physiotherapists, learning disability n...
Clinical and Laboratory Predictors of Mortality Following Snake Bite Envenomation in Children in Central India: A Retrospective Observational Study
About half of global deaths following snake envenomation occur in India and proportionally highest mortality at ages 5-14 years. Very few studies have evaluated clinical and laboratory predictors of mortality in children.Evaluation of clinical and la...
Controversies in Behavior Guidance and Management of Challenging Pediatric Dental Behaviors and Anxiety: Avoidance of Restraints Wherever Possible
The editorial addresses an aspect of child behavior management currently considered acceptable in the dental setting where strategies for controlling interfering and disruptive behavior include use of physical restraint and other adverse techniques. ...