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Current Issue: Indian Pediatrics March 2015; Volume 52: Number 3

President's Page: Reducing the infant mortality rate of India to 20 by 2020: Together we can do
Editorial: The remaining challenges to laboratory-based surveillance of invasive pneumococcal disease
Editorial: Invasive pneumococcal disease and India
Editorial: Stress: A modifiable factor in the etiology of adolescent depression

Building capacity of Indian scientists to conduct systematic reviews in child health: An ICMR initiative
Research Paper:
Hospital-based surveillance of invasive pneumococcal disease and pneumonia in south Bangalore, India
Research Paper:
Diagnostic accuracy of Indian scale for assessment of autism (ISAA) in children aged 2-9 years
Research Paper:
Academic stress and depression among adolescents: A cross-sectional study
Research Paper:
Serum IgG and IgA levels in polio and non-polio acute flaccid paralysis cases in western Uttar Pradesh, India
Research Paper: Acute kidney injury in children after cardiopulmonary bypass: Risk factors and outcome
Medical Education: Portfolio-based learning and assessment
Surfactant replacement therapy in extremely low gestation age newborns

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Next Issue: Indian Pediatrics April 2015; Volume 52: Number 4


Perspective: India's last battle in the war against polio

Research Paper: Blood lead levels and childhood asthma

Research Paper: Predictors of myocardian dysfunction in children with Indian red scorpion(Mesobuthus tamulus) sting envenomation

Review Article: Continuous positive - Airway pressure in preterm neonates: An update of current evidence and implications for developing countries


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