Acta Scientific Paediatrics (ISSN: 2581-883X)(ASPE) is an internationally peer-reviewed journal that significantly focuses on advanced Paediatrics research including novel insights regarding paediatric medicine. The vision of the journal is to improve the aspects of child health. The journal scope constitutes of topics relevant to adolescent medicine, neonatal medicine, various diseases and their treatments and all emerging research topics in the field of Paediatrics. Novel practice models and advances in Paediatrics research and clinical care are increasingly expanding and is an extensively challenging arena. The journal covers all the vital topics under pediatrics, with a strong desire to improve child health status globally.
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Paediatrics care study is of vital significance for the welfare of child health. As paediatrics are easily prone to ill health and diseases, enormous care need to be taken for their management. Quality research helps to provide quality care to the children and helps in treating problems. Study of paediatric care is a broad topic on which diversified research is carried out to improve child health care. The journal delightfully accepts all the original research in the arena of paediatrics.
Major subject areas of interest in paediatrics include, but are not restricted to the following fields:
General paediatrics, Paediatric subspecialties, Adolescent medicine, Neonatal care, Critical care Medicine, developmental-behavioral medicine, Neonatal-Perinatal medicine, Paediatric emergency medicine, Paediatric pulmonology, Paediatric rheumatology, Paediatric genetics, Pediatric hospitalist medicine, Down’s syndrome, Phenylketonuria, Achondroplasia, Severe thalassemia, Hyperammonemia, Prader-Willi syndrome, Developmental Paediatrics, Neonatology, Paediatric allergology, Paediatric cardiology, Paediatric dermatology, Paediatric endocrinology, Paediatric gastroenterology, Paediatric hematology and oncology, Paediatric Infectious diseases, Paediatric Intensive care, Paediatric nephrology, Paediatric neurology, Paediatric respiratory, Paediatric surgery, Paediatric seizures, Acne vulgaris, Anorexia nervosa, Autism spectrum disorders, Celiac disease, Cerebral palsy, Cystic fibrosis, Hydrocephalus, Impetigo, Influenza, Intussusception, Kawasaki disease, Measles, Molluscum contagiosum, Mumps, Obesity in children, Pertussis, Pharyngitis, Scarlet fever, Primary care of the premature infant, Paediatric bone, Child abuse, Breastfeeding, Paediatric secrets, Paediatric otolaryngology, Paediatrics physiology, Pediatrics and Neonatal care nursing, Perinatal mortality, Neonatal surgery, Palliative paediatric care, Neonatal jaundice, Neonatal sepsis, Neonatal ventilatory management, Birth trauma, Biomarkers and neonatal brain injury, Infant care and infant health, Infants and Toddlers, Low birth weight, Neonatal gestational age and Birth weight, Paediatric psychology. All the paediatric related topics are covered in the journal.
Do Goal Directed Therapies Improve Postoperative Outcome in Children? (Perioperative Goal Directed Fluid and Hemodynamic Therapy; Transfusion goal directed therapy using viscoelastic methods and enhanced recovery after surgery and Postoperative outcome): A Study Research Protocol
Comparison of Postoperative Clinico-Radiological (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Outcome in Posterior Sagittal Anorectoplasty vs Laparoscopic Assisted Anorectal Pull Through for High/Intermediate-Type Male Anorectal Malformation
A Late-Recognized Left Side Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Combined with an Ectopic Kidney in a 9-month-Old Boy Treated by Thoracoscopic Procedure after Previous Successful Treatment of Ventricular Septal Defect