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
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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
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Vesna Stojanovic
SERBIA
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John E. Nathan
UNITED STATES
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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
A Case Report of Psychosis in a Patient of Myxedema: Myxedema Madness
Myxedema is one of the most important causes of organic psychosis and sometimes can be missed. There are some cases showing extreme degree of hypothyroidism leading to psychiatric illnesses like mania, depression and psychosis....
Efficacy of Subcutaneous Tocilizumab for the Treatment of Refractory Large Vessel Vasculitis in a Patient with Latent Tuberculosis Infection
Tocilizumab (TCZ), a specific IL-6 inhibitor, has been shown to be effective and well tolerated in the treatment of refractory large-vessel vasculitis with monthly intravenous (i.v) infusions of 8 mg/Kg of body weight....
Isolation and Purification of Xanthine Oxidase from discarded Fish Liver Notopterous kapirat: an easy source of enzyme
Xanthine oxidase (XO) has clinical applications as it is an integral part in superoxide dismutase (SOD) diagnostic kit. This investigation deals with isolation, purification and determination of kinetic parameters from fish liver xanthine oxidase. Th...
Cystic Neck Masses-A diagnostic and management challenge
Cervical metastasis is often the only presenting feature in patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the head and neck (HNSCC). These metastases frequently undergo cystic degeneration, and may be difficult to distinguish from other benign cystic squa...
Collodion Baby- A Case Report
The term “collodion baby” refers to a clinical entity used for newborns who are encompassed by a translucent, tight and parchment paper- like skin sheets, so called Collodion membrane, on the entire body surface....
Evaluation of the Stability, pH, Density and Sedimentation of Green Tea and Green Tea Plus Ginger Mouthwash: A Phytochemical Study
Dental plaque is the chief pathologic agent for the commencement of gingivitis. Diseased gingiva if left untreated may result in a compromised periodontium. The progression of gingival diseases can be controlled by regular plaque control. The sole us...