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The Journal of Paediatric Laboratory Medicine mainly focuses and publishes data related to clinical laboratory medicine exclusive for the department of paediatrics. This area of medicine include the most important information to support life right from its beginning, hence the journal of paediatric medicine bring all such data together to support and aid scientific communities and medicine.
The paediatric laboratory medicine has several challenges in testing and diagnosis of paediatric illness and to provide health and care throughout several phases of pregnancy, birth, infancy, childhood and until the individual reaches adolescence.
The journal also encourages original research in the related areas like Clinical laboratory establishment and maintenance, Paediatric laboratory safety and guidelines, Standard operating protocols (Instrumentation, Sampling, Tests and Results), Paediatric Immunology of unique infections and diseases, Prognosis, Diagnosis based on lab results, Case studies with unique medical approaches, Standard data of age and gender specific reference intervals, Variables and analytical factors of lab tests, Laboratory research with Clinical practitioners experiment notes and observations, Teaching manuals and training instructions for education and awareness.
It invites original manuscripts in the form of research article, review article, short communication, case report, letter-to-the-Editor and Editorials for publication. All the published articles can be open to all online, without any subscription charges.
The journal operates Editorial Manager System for online manuscript submission, review and publication in an automated way. Experts in the field of paediatric medicine review the manuscripts under the guidance of Editor-in-Chief. . Approval of at least two independent reviewers and the editor is mandatory for the acceptance of the manuscript for publication.
It’s a branch of medicine where tests are done on clinical specimens to obtain information about the health condition of the patient and arrive at a diagnosis for treatment and prevention of diseases.
Paediatrics is the branch of medicine that deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents.
The laboratory investigations and testing is done on clinical specimens to arrive at a diagnosis and treat diseases at various phases of life right from birth until adolescence.
Haematology: This includes testing of morphology and physiology of blood and it is related to the diagnosis of blood, blood forming organs and blood related disorders.
Microbiology (Serology and Culture): This includes testing of clinical specimens for infection causing organisms their identification by morphology. It includes Staining techniques (Microscopy), Antigen-Antibody reactions (Serology), Culture of clinical specimens for making the organisms abundant for identification.
The laboratory investigations related to physiochemical process of the human body are done.
The laboratory investigations mainly focus on the diagnosis of viral diseases through testing by antigen-antibody reactions, culture and molecular methods.
The investigations mainly include testing at molecular level to arrive at a specific result. This mainly includes nucleic acid isolation, amplification and sequencing.
This is pertaining to the period right from gestation period until after two to three weeks of birth. This period is very crucial as the immunity is lower and susceptibility to infections is high.
Genetic testing is done based on family histories of a particular disease or right after birth based on symptoms to identify genetic disorders. It is highly essential to identify the genetic disorders at the earliest in order to provide treatment and care. Highly advanced testing like karyotyping, gene sequencing and amniotic fluid sampling involving both genetics and molecular tests are done.
All the ethical, legal and social issues related to children are highly essential to be known to create awareness and also to safeguard the child rights.
Most of the child deaths around the world are due to the lack of proper nutrition. Nutrition is highly essential for growth and development of a child, malnutrition or under-nutrition leads of decrease in resistance to illness. At the same time over-nutrition leads to several other complications like over-weight or obesity. Hence there has to be proper awareness right from feeding practices during the first years of life and providing a balanced nutrition for proper growth and development.
Child care is highly important aspect of child development and child care providers play a crucial role in the development. Child care is often handled by trained experts. It involves providing of first aid, primary education and all the other social activities of a child are closely monitored and guided.