Eminent Editorial Board Members

Mirko Bertozzi
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Khue Vu Nguyen
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Erich Cosmi
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Antonio Simone
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Jermane Bond
UNITED STATES
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Robert Edward Garfield
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Aiman Al Rahmani
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Ievgeniia Kushch
UKRAINE
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Noureddin Dean Nourbakhsh
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Giovanni Larciprete
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Shibin Cheng
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
George Gregory Buttigieg
MALTA
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Salvatore Giovanni
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
TURAN YILDIZ
TURKEY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Mina Hanna
UNITED STATES
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Vesna Stojanovic
SERBIA
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
John E. Nathan
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
Antonio Ruggiero
ITALY
Journal of Pediatric Disorders and Neonatal Care
Charbell Miguel Haddad Kury
BRAZIL
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
Nutrients Utilization and Haematological Indices of Sokoto Red Goats Fed Maize Cob Replacing Maize Bran with Cowpea Husk Basal Diet
Experiment was conducted to determine the effects of feeding maize bran, maize cob and cowpea husk on feed utilization and hematological indices of Red Sokoto goats. Twenty four (24) bucks with average age and weight of 12 months and 12.00 Kg respect...
Knee Infection Caused By Candida Albicans Following A Knee Arthroscopy - A Case Report
Candidiasis is a disease caused by the infection of a fungus, Candida albicans, which is more commonly observed at the skin, oral and genital mucosa, and less frequently (and secondary to its dissemination through blood stream) it can compromise othe...
Crouzon Syndrome - A Case Report of Rare Genetic Disorder with Review of Literature
In 1912, a French neurologist, Octave Crouzon (1874-1938) first described the crouzon syndrome and in 1937 Atkinson reviewed eighty six cases that were published and found about 67% of the cases were familial and 33% were sporadic, representing new m...
Reactive Amyloidosis in a middle aged female with Behcet’s disease – Case report
Behcet’s disease is a multisystem vasculitis typically characterized by recurrent oral aphthae and genital ulcerations. Renal involvement in Behcet’s disease is less frequent and often less severe than in other types of vasculitis....
Role of memory formation (with emphasis on Hippocampal memory formation) and retrieval in cognitive learning
We are virtually learning all the time from our sensory stimuli. Sometimes we do it consciously and sometimes unconsciously. Basically, we absorb certain information from outside, convert them to suit our physiology and process them to guide our beha...
Pathogenic variants in KPTN gene identified by Clinical Whole-Genome Sequencing
Status epilepticus is not rare in critically ill intensive care unit patients, but its diagnosis is often delayed or missed. The mortality for convulsive status epilepticus is dependent on the underlying aetiologies and the age of the patients, and t...