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Academic Journal of Pediatrics & Neonatology (AJPN)

pediatrics@juniperpublishers.org

Juniper Publishers

Academic Journal of Pediatrics & Neonatology (AJPN)

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Academic Journal of Pediatrics & Neonatology is an international peer-reviewed open access journal deals with the publication of papers on health and medical care of infants, children and adolescents. The Journal accepts high quality submissions presented as an original Research articles, Review Articles, Short Communications, Case Reports, Mini- Review, Opinions, Letter to Editors etc., in all areas of pediatric research. Through a meticulous process of peer review, the Journal of Pediatrics & Neonatology strives to publish pediatric research of the highest value for pediatric healthcare professionals.

Contact us at: pediatrics@juniperpublishers.org

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Latest Articles

Editorial
The Effect of Ursodeoxycholic Acid on Messenger RNA Hepcidin Expression Associated with Liver Fibrosis in Perposed Cholestasis Jaundice
Bilommi R* and Sandra Y
Short Communication
Drainage-Free Treatment of Appendicular Peritonitis in Children. Tashkent Pediatric Medical Institutes Experience
Mansur Nasirov MD*
Research Article
It’s Alright, Ma (I’m only Teething...) Dispelling the Myth from the Teeth
Michal Eisenstadt*, Sarah Malkiel and Uri Pollak
Research Article
Premedication for Non-Emergent Neonatal Intubation: Evolution of UK Practice, 1998-2015
Jennifer Waspe*, Lahtinen A and Prakash Thiagarajan
Research Article
Use of a Nebulizer to Deliver High Frequency High Flow with a Nasal Cannula
Mitchell Goldstein*, Carter Tong, Allen Merritt T, Elba Fayard, Michael Terry, Michael Tiras, Ricardo Peverini
Research Article
Effectiveness of KMC on Success of Breast feeding in Preterm Low Birth Weight Neonate
Md Mahbubul Hoque*, Nishat Jahan, Md Maksudur Rahman, Liton Chandra Saha, Rowsan Jahan Akhter and MAK Azad Chowdhury
Review Article
Should we Discontinue Parenteral Nutrition Once Babies Enteral Intakes have Reached More than 50% of their Total Fluid Requirements or Should We Not?
Adnan Zafar*
Opinion
Autism Risk: What Do Vaccines Have To Do With It? A New Perspective
Sarah Adelaide Crawford*

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