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Current Issue: Indian Pediatrics September 2017; Volume 54: Number 9

President's Page: Organ Donation in Children: The Next Frontier
Editorial: Antibiotic Consumption and Consequence: Lessons from the Neonatal Units
Editorial: Inflammatory Bowel Disease—Unclassified: How Much do we Know? 
Research Paper:
Tachypnea and Other Danger Signs vs Pulse Oximetry for Prediction of Hypoxia in Severe Pneumonia/ Very Severe Disease
Research Paper: Pediatric Rhabdomyosarcoma in India: A Single-center Experience
Research Paper:
Impact of Antibiotic Policy on Antibiotic Consumption in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in India
Rational Diagnostics: Neonatal Endocrine Labomas – Pitfalls and Challenges in Reporting Neonatal Hormonal Reports
Clinicopathological Conference:
Hepatic Sinusoidal-obstruction Syndrome and Busulfan-induced Lung Injury in a Post-autologous Stem Cell Transplant Recipient  

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Special Supplement: Indian Pediatrics November 2016; Volume 53: Supplement 2

Supplement on

"Retinopathy of Prematurity in India: Challenges and opportunities"

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Guest Editors

Ashok Deorari and Clare Gilbert

Next Issue: Indian Pediatrics October 2017; Volume 54: Number 10


Medical Education: E-Learning in Medical Education in India

Research Paper:
Relationship Between Immune Parameters and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease in Obese Children

Research Paper:
Survival and Recovery in Severely Wasted Under-five Children Without Community Management of Acute Malnutrition Programme

Update: Revised Kuppuswamy’s Socioeconomic Status Scale: Explained and Updated


Guidelines: End-of-Life Care: Consensus Statement by Indian Academy of Pediatrics



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