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Current Issue

September-October 2022| Vol 9| Issue 5

Editorial

Diphtheria: Still a problem in pediatric intensive care units, well beyond the prediction radar of PRISM III

The current issue of Journal of Pediatric Critical Care comes out with an important hospital-based, prospective, observational study on the clinical profile of severe diphtheria in a pediatric inten...


Editorial

Functional assessment scales and their use in the pediatric intensive care unit

Advancements in intensive care medicine have led to a reduction in pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) mortality rates. With more patients surviving critical illnesses the emphasis has shifted towa...


Editorial

Peripheral venous-related bloodstream infection in pediatric intensive care unit – Is it worthy of surveillance?

Peripheral venous catheters (PVCs) are the most frequently used devices in any pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). They account for around 80%–90% of all the intravascular devices us...


Editorial

Improving complex discharge process: It's all about parental education and empowerment

Pediatric discharge process is a complex one. Readmission to hospital is common among children and associated with increased healthcare burden and expenditure.[1],[2] Readmission to hospital is ofte...


Original Article

A clinical profile of severe diphtheria in pediatric intensive care units of North India: A single-center, prospective observational study

Background: Myocarditis, disseminated intravascular coagulation, and renal failure have been reported to be the leading causes of mortality in patients of severe diphtheria. The aim of this a...


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ISSN - Print: 2349-6592, Online: 2455-7099

Journal of Pediatric Critical Care, a publication of IAP - Intensive Care Chapter, is a peer-reviewed print + online Bimonthly journal.

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