International Journal of Pediatrics
Current Pediatric Research is hosted and published on Allied Academies Open Access publishing platform.
Current Pediatric Research is an International Journal of Pediatrics aiming to publish the quality articles related to the pediatric research. This Pediatric Journal is an unique platform for the Pediatricians all over the world to share their ideas, views and the ongoing research in Pediatrics.
Current Pediatric Research publishes research, reviews, case reports, commentaries from the eminent scientists and scholars all over the world.
Current Pediatric Research is an interdisciplinary Research Journal for publication of original research work in all major disciplines of Pediatric Research. The objective of the journal is to provide a scientific communication medium to discuss the utmost advancements in the domain of Current Pediatric Research. This journal aims to assemble and reserve precise, specific, detailed data on this immensely diversified subject.more
Current Pediatric Research is an interdisciplinary research journal for publication of original research work in all major disciplines of Pediatric Research. Review articles on current topics will also be included. Doctors are encouraged to contribute interesting case reports.more
Clinico-pathological predictors of colonic eosinophilia in childhood: A single-center study.Author(s): Mohammad Naghi*, Khaled Zalata, Khadega Ali, Khaleel Wafi, Magdy Ibrahim, Ahmed Abdullah
Assessment of the challenges and adaptation strategies of pediatric nurses in charge of caring for children with COVID-19.Author(s): Esraa Ahmed Ali*, Hanan Abdallah Mohammed, Safaa Salah Ismail
Study on resistance pattern of neonatal bacterial sepsis to establish antibiotic stewardship for tertiary care NICU in central India.Author(s): Deepak Kumar Patel*, Mamta Dhaneria, Ashish J Pathak
Accidental intravenous administration of enteral formula through a central line in an infant.Author(s): Sulafa Sindi, Morouj Kandil, Mohammed Ghazi
Perceiving challenges of parents in socializing children with autism spectrum disorders among Nifas silk lafto sub-city.Author(s): Hilina Nigatu*, Abera Getachew