Vedanta Hospitals

Pediatric / Child Care

Pediatrics and Child Care provides a powerful, broad-based perspective on the most important advances from throughout the world literature. The journal focuses to provide the most current information on pediatrics, pediatric surgery, preventive health care in pediatrics, pharmacology, stomatology and biomedicine. The journal also deals with basic sciences and experimental work. It provides a broad academic platform for the international exchange of medical results.

Aim and Scope

The aim of Integrative Pediatrics and Child Care is to increase knowledge, to stimulate research in all fields of Pediatrics and to promote better management of pediatric patients. To achieve this goal, the journal publishes basic, biomedical and clinical investigations on prevalent diseases relevant to pediatrics. Following categories are the main areas of the interest: Clinical management on subspecialties of pediatric fields, nutrition, epidemiology, child health and genetics.

The journal is a leading resource for clinicians, teachers, and researchers involved in pediatric healthcare. The journal also covers some of the most challenging disorders affecting child development and behavior, including: ADHD, Autism, Depression, Eating Disorders, Self-cutting, Sleep Disorders. From preventive health care to treatment of childhood diseases to emergency care — all of these subjects and more are covered in the Integrative Pediatrics and Child Care.


Services for Pediatric Care


Infectious Diseases Management

Infections are most commonly occurring problem in children due to lower immunity. Infections range from

Child Growth & Development

Growth and Development assessment of every child at regular intervals is a must as childhood is a very dynamic


Pediatric Vaccination Services

Vaccines play a crucial role in boosting Child’s Immunity. Our recent experience with COVID 19 infections

Pediatric Endocrinology Services

A pediatric endocrinologist is a doctor who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of children with diseases of