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Current Issue: Indian Pediatrics Febuary 2016; Volume 53: Number 2

President's Page: 53rd National Conference of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, 21-24 January 2016, Hyderabad
Editorial: Breaking the "One Disease One Organism" Myth
Editorial: Hunting for Mutations in Indian Patients with Hunter Syndrome
Special Article:
Kawasaki Disease in India – Lessons Learnt Over the Last 20 Years
Noise as a Health Hazard for Children: Time to Make a Noise about it
Research Paper: Naso-pharyngeal Carriage of Organisms in Children Aged 3-59 months Diagnosed with Severe Community-acquired Pneumonia
Research Paper: Heated Humidified High Flow Nasal Cannula versus Nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure as Primary Mode of Respiratory Support for Respiratory Distress in Preterm Infants
Research Paper:
Hunter Syndrome in Northern India: Clinical features and Mutation Spectrum
Research Paper:
Blood Pressure-to-Height Ratio as a Screening Tool for Hypertension in Children
Airway Diseases Education and Expertise (ADEX ) in Pediatrics: Adaptation for Clinical Practice in India
The art and science of writing a paper:
A Writer’s Dilemma: Where to Publish and Where not to?

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Next Issue: Indian Pediatrics March 2016; Volume 53: Number 3


Research Paper: ADRB2 Polymorphism and Salbutamol Responsiveness in Northern Indian Children with Mild to Moderate Exacerbation of Asthma

Research Paper: Comparative Efficacy and Safety of Oral Iron Chelators and their Novel Combination in Children with Thalassemia

Special Article: Crusade against malnutrition: Nutrition education program
Review Article:
Surfactant Replacement Therapy Beyond Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Neonates

Art and Science of writing a Paper: Writing the Title, Abstract and Introduction: Looks Matter!


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