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Pediatric Health (ISSN: 1745-5111)

Publisher: Future Science Group

ISSN-L: 1745-5111

ISSN: 1745-5111

E-ISSN: 1745-512X

IF(Impact Factor) : 2017 Evaluation Pending

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Description

Children and adolescents make up nearly 40% of the world's population. Their healthcare needs differ substantially from those of the adult population in many respects. Apart from the obvious differences in body size, it is increasingly recognized that infants, children and adolescents differ physiologically from adults: children are not simply small adults. The greatest growth, development and maturation of the various organ systems is during childhood; consequently, the seeds of healthy adulthood and old age are sown in infancy, childhood and adolescence.
Key role for Pediatric Health
As the scientific and clinical issues important to pediatric healthcare become more complex, there is an increasing requirement for a centralized forum for commentary and analysis of the rapidly expanding wealth of information in this field. Pediatric Health (ISSN 1745-5111) features articles on all aspects of pediatric healthcare, from neonate to young adult, including pediatric oncology, neurology, cardiology, nephrology and infectious diseases. The journal focuses on the most important advances and highlights their relevance in the clinical setting. Pediatric Health has been designed to deliver essential concise information in an easily assimilable format – vital for the increasingly time-constrained professional.
Each issue provides:
Leading Reviews on current and emerging topics relating to the safe and effective management of therapy in children and adolescents, all subject to rigorous peer review
Cutting-edge Editorials discussing contentious issues
Drug Evaluations - assessments of individual medicines discussing the role of the therapeutic approach in current treatment practices, written from an independent perspective
Comprehensive Clinical Trial Reports of recently-completed or ongoing clinical studies in children and adolescents
Priority Paper Evaluations reviewing significant, recently published articles carefully selected and assessed by pediatric specialists
The audience for Pediatric Health consists of clinicians, research scientists, decision-makers and a range of professionals in the provision of pediatric healthcare.
Medicine is in a state of constant change. Every day brings new advances; from a deeper understanding of the genetic and molecular basis of disease, to new pharmacological and surgical therapies. All those involved in the healthcare of children and adolescents are challenged to keep abreast of the best available options in prevention and treatment. Pediatric Health provides a complete solution through authoritative commentary, assessment and debate on the scientific and clinical issues in pediatric healthcare provision.

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