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
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
Stent Fracture Following Recanalization of a Totally Occluded Artery: A Word of Caution
Although the dissection and re-entry strategy using the Crossboss and the Stingray system has increased procedural success, there is lack of evidence about the midterm efficacy of this approach. This report presents a case of stent fracture at the re...
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...
Exploring the Transmissible Zoonotic Potential of Animal Prion Diseases
Mad Cow disease is a fatal and serious disease often found in Europe. Mad Cow disease, also known as Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy, is often characterized by vacuoles found within the cytoplasm of neurons, which often leads to the appearance of a ...
Benchmarking the Hygiene of Utensils in Butcheries or Retail Stores
This study is benchmarking the hygiene of utensils (knives, cleavers, trays) for butchery stores within supermarkets. Aerobic Plate Count, Coliform count and E.coli count were used as indicators. Sampling was performed upon 1297 surfaces of utensi...
Ageing Associated Changes in Macromolecule Synthesis in the Endocrine Organs as Revealed by Microscopic Radioautography
The endocrine system of men and experimental animals consists of several endocrine organs. The term “Cell Ageing” initially means how the cells change due to their ageing. It contains 2 meanings, one how a cell changes when it is isolated from or...
Public Mental Health Stigma and Mass Shootings
Mass shootings exert a strong influence on public policy and on public perception despite the fact that they are relatively rare. Mass shootings are defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as an incident in which at least four people w...