IP International Journal of Medical Pediatric and Oncology It is formerly known as (International Journal of Medical Pediatric and Oncology) is an interdisciplinary journal at the interface of Pediatric and Oncology, including the pediatric surgery, clinical and experimental surgery related to children, oncology surgery. The Journal covers studies related to pediatric and oncology including bone marrow transplantation, cancer survivorship program, coagulation laboratory, hemophilia, and other blood diseases, hematologic disorders, oncology treatment, sickle cell anemia, and a thrombosis clinic. Furthermore, the journal offers an International forum for the rapid communication of reviews, original research, critical and topical reports with excellence and novelty. Published quarterly, IJMPO is dedicated to keeping scientists informed of developments in its focused biomedical fields which span the gap between basic research and clinical medicine. Aim & Scope: Aim of IJMPO is to promote publishing activity in pediatric and oncology of colleagues in the Central and East European region. The journal will interest pediatrician, and a broad range of experimental and clinical oncologists, and related experts. This Journal is founded to promote and encourage development and advancement of pediatrics and oncology and allied specialties in India and also to provide a platform for the fellow surgeons to showcase their work at the global level. It publishes full-length papers, reviews, and other articles of academic interest on all aspects of pediatrics and oncology research. This Journal publishes peer-reviewed original research papers, case reports, systematic reviews, meta-analysis, letters to the editor and brief communications. Review articles on current topics usually are invited by the editor. This Journal present research, reviews and tropical reports at the interface of pediatrics and oncology, coverage spans the gap between basic research and clinical medicine Read More...
Current Volume : 4 , Issue 4 ,Year 2018
4) A prospective study of comparison of clinical profile, complication and outcome of plasmodium vivax versus plasmodium falciparum in children
Author : K. Visweswara Rao, P. Suresh Babu, Anand Acharya
Page No : 148-151
Doi : 10.18231/2581-4702.2018.0033