Theme: Promoting New Horizons in Pediatrics, Neonatology & Health Care: Hope of the Future

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2020

Renowned Speakers

Pediatrics Neonatal Care 2020


Update your skills, enhance your knowledge base, and broaden your horizons—all in one place!     

DateOctober 19-20, 2020

PEDIATRICS NEONATAL CARE 2020 typically incorporates to learn and connect with prominent international experts, renowned Pediatricians, Neonatologists to have lectures, paper and poster sessions, and panel discussions.  We also feature Best Young Research and Best Poster Presenter Awards which encourage the participants and also generate networking opportunities for all attendees. 

This international conference will showcase the latest advancements in Pediatric Health and Neonatology with all the excitement in sharing the latest research to the world

PNC 2020 is bringing together 50+ professionals from 23+ countries for the education, innovation and collaboration – all at one time, all in one place.

Why Webinar?

During the period of travel restrictions and lockdown, why waste your time? We care for our participants so,  our Management has decided to conduct the upcoming Pediatrics Neonatal Carae 2020 Conference through Webinar (Online Event).

Benefits of Webinar

• Reduced costs and affordability

• Access to all sessions online

• Make new connections

• Get your abstracts published with DOI

• Get certified for your participation

• Global exposure of your research

• Increased engagement

• Develop your business

• Monitor your competitors activities

• Cost effectiveness

• Significant time saving

• Convenience

Why to Attend?

Sceintific Sessions, Workshops, Key note forums, Posters, lunch & learns–provide unique learning and career building opportunities that you just can’t find anywhere else. 

Below you’ll find reasons why you should attend our conference and consider sending your employees to our conferences as well. 

  • Presenting a paper
  • Networking for future collaborations
  • Added Research Value
  • Specialty Exhibit Areas- Companies often have tools to display that we haven’t seen yet
  • Break Out of Your Comfort Zone
  • The focus and energy of Like-Minded Individuals
  • Lightning Sessions
  • Market Debuts
  • Best YRF Award
  • Best Poster Presenter Certificate

We look forward to collaborating with you at our conference!

Who Attends?

  • Pediatric Physicians
  • Neonatologists
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Hospital Administrators
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Training Institutes
  • Pediatric / Neonatal Faculty
  • Pediatric/Neonatal Researchers
  • Clinical Nurse Specialists
  • Perinatologists
  • Perinatal Nurses/Nurse Practitioners
  • Physician Assistants
  • Neonatal nutritionists and Dieticians
  • Pediatric Associations and Societies
  • Healthcare Professionals
  • Medical and Nursing Students


Scientific Sessions



Pediatric Nursing

Neonatal Nursing

Pediatric Cardiology

Neonatal Cardiology

Pediatric Surgery

Neonatal Surgery

Pediatric Neurology and Neurological Disorders

Neonatal Neurology

Pediatric Obesity

Child and Adolescent Obesity

Pediatric Urology and Nephrology

Neonatal Urology and Nephrology

Pediatric Genetics

Neonatal Genetics

Pediatric Respiratory Disorders

Neonatal Respiratory Diseases

Pediatric Immunology and Infectious Diseases

Neonatal Infectious Disease

Pediatric Nutrition and Baby Foods

Neonatal and Fetal Nutrition

Pediatric Diseases

Neonatal Diseases

Pediatric Dermatology

Neonatal Dermatology

Pediatric Pulmonology and Hepatology

Neonatal Lung Diseases and Hepatitis

Pediatrics Intensive Care

Neonatal Intensive Care

Pediatric Oncology

Neonatal Cancer

Advances in Pediatric Research

Neonatal Research

Pediatric Medicine

Neonatal Medicine

Pediatric Ophthalmology

Neonatal Eye Problems

Child Abuse and Prevention

Ethical Issues in Neonatal Care

Pediatric Vaccines and Immunization


Pediatrics Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

Neonatal Emergencies

Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology and Dentistry

Neonatal Otorhinolaryngology and Dentistry

General and Clinical Pediatrics

Congenital Malformations & Birth Complications

Pediatric Endocrinology

Preterm-Birth Complications

Pediatric Radiology

Neonatal Mortality

Pediatric Education

Neonatal Care


Track 1: General Pediatrics

General Pediatrics always emphasizes outstanding clinical care for patients across socioeconomic backgrounds of medical complexities; cutting-edge health services researches, and training of future academic leaders in the field of child health.

It encompasses the care, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide range of medical conditions and issues that are generally specific to this younger population. A general pediatrician will treat minor wounds, common illnesses, and some infectious diseases that may affect young people. They provide medical care of various ages to keep them healthy and growing.

  • Clinical pediatrics

  • Pediatric developmental changes

  • Pediatrics health

  • Diagnosis & treatment

  • Immunizations

  • Nutrition counseling

  • Care for acute illnesses, such as flu

  • Family and parenting problems

Track 2: Neonatology

The word "neonatology" defines "science of the newborn". It is the medical specialty of taking care of newborn babies, sick babies, and premature babies in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Sometimes babies are born before their bodies are ready to leave the womb. At that time, some important organs such as the heart, lungs, stomach, and skin may not be mature enough to function without special help. Though a pediatrician can solve most health problems or cases of newborn child, but a Neonatologist is specifically trained to handle the most complex and high-risk situations.

If a newborn is premature, or has a serious illness, injury, or birth defect, a neonatologist may assist at the time of delivery and in the subsequent care of your newborn.

  • Neonatal respiratory therapies

  • Neonatal disorders

  • Neonatal syndromes

  • Inborn errors of metabolism

  • Neonatal jaundice

  • Neonatal-perinatal medicine

  • Congenital heart disease

  • Epilepsy in neonates

Track 3: Maternal and Child Care

The strength and health of mothers and children is a key indicator of general wellbeing in any setting. Maternal and Child Health (MCH) proactive, preventative and strategic approach to improve the availability of and access to high quality preventive and primary health care for all children, reproductive health care of all women and their partners. Pregnancy can provide an opportunity to distinguish existing health risks in women and to prevent future health problems for women and their children.

Maternal and child health professionals provide data and information to sexual reproductive health services and methods of family planning, promote the health of pregnant women and their children and increase immunization rates.

  • Hypertension and heart disease

  • Genetic conditions

  • Midwifery in pediatrics

  • Hygiene

  • Reproductive, perinatal and pediatric epidemiology

  • Family planning

  • Maternal mortality

  • Postpartum period

Track 4: Pediatric Nursing

Pediatric nursing is a chance to work with some of the most precious and unpredictable creatures on the face of the planet – children and watch them growing up as well. Pediatric Nurses are specialized nurses usually complete advanced training in pediatrics and collaborate closely with doctors and other health care providers.

The ultimate goal of pediatric nursing is to ensure that all children develop and grow to their full potential. Apart from normal Nurses duties like recording the child’s height and weight, obtaining blood and urine samples, and ordering diagnostic testing; the pediatric nurses able to interpret test results, such as CT scans or MRIs, as well as to create a treatment plan based on those results.

  • Clinical nursing

  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

  • Pediatric ophthalmology nursing

  • Pediatric rheumatology nursing

  • Pediatric neurology nursing

  • Pediatric gastroenterology nursing

  • Pediatric nutrition nursing

Track 5: Pediatric and Neonatal Surgery

Neonatal and Pediatric Surgery is a broad field having many challenges with it. Children differ from adults in their structure, physical requirements, the kinds of illnesses they suffer from, and in the way they need to be treated, especially surgically. The method of Surgery for adults and surgery for children is different, that’s why a different set of specialists take care of these patients.

Pediatric surgeons diagnose and manage children’s surgical needs including surgery for abnormalities of the groin in childhood and adolescence, Diagnosis and surgical care of tumors, Endoscopic procedures etc.

  • Pediatric thoracic surgery

  • Pediatric cardiac surgery

  • Pediatric dermatological surgery

  • Pediatric gastrointestinal surgery

  • Pediatric head & neck surgery

  • Pediatric neurosurgery

  • Pediatric orthopedic surgery

  • Pediatric endocrine surgery

  • Pediatric ophthalmic surgery

  • Advancements in pediatric surgery

Track 6: Neonatal and Pediatric Nutrition

Eating well is fundamental procedure to live long physically and mentally. During the growing periods between infancy and adolescence, adequate nutrition is very important. A balanced diet is the cornerstone of lifelong physical and mental health. Pediatric nutrition considers the dietary needs of infants to support growth and development which includes changes in organ function and body composition. Infants consume small amounts of food at a time, but they should not be fed directly from the jar because bacteria are introduced into a jar from the babies' mouth.

Breast milk imparts superior nutritional, immunological, and psychological benefits to infants. Breastfeeding is also much more economical, and no preparation is required.

  • Eating disorders

  • Gastro esophageal reflux

  • Infant formula & preparation

  • Weight management

  • Breastfeeding & complementary feeding

Track 7: Pediatric Pulmonology

Pediatric Pulmonology includes the medical care of infants, children and adolescents with diseases and conditions of the lungs. Pediatric pulmonologists specialize in treating children with breathing problems like Asthma, Pneumonia, Wheezing, Bronchitis etc. Pulmonary function testing is a non-invasive test can be done in different ways to work best for children of various ages. They monitor conditions that increase the risk of permanent lung damage like pulmonary hypertension.

  • Airway management

  • Anti-inflammatory medications

  • Asthma education

  • Pulmonary hypertension

  • Imaging tests

  • Respiratory disease

  • Obstructive sleep apnea

  • Breathing difficulties

  • Lung biopsies

Track 8: Neonatal and Pediatric Neurology

A newborn's brain is very different than a child or adult brain. Neonatal neurology is a growing sub-specialty area which has considerable amount of neurologic problems present in the neonatal intensive care unit. The most commonly encountered neurologic diagnoses in NICU are brain injury relating to prematurity, hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, seizures, stroke, cerebral malformation, and abnormal tone. There are more than 600 neurological disorders which can occur throughout a person's lifetime but very few neurological conditions are observed in newborns.

  • Neonatal/infant epilepsy

  • Cerebrovascular malformations

  • Birth asphyxia

  • Brain malformations

  • Pediatric neuro-rehabilitation

  • Pediatric neurosurgery

  • Pediatric neurometabolic diseases

  • Neuroscience research

Track 9: Neonatal & Pediatric Nephrology

The transition from the aqueous environment of the mother’s womb to dry land creates many challenges for the neonate. Pediatric Nephrology relates to acute and chronic diseases that affect renal function, blood pressure, and fluid and electrolyte disorders in children. Kidney disease can affect children in multiple manners, ranging from treatable disorders without long-term consequences to hazardous conditions.

Chronic kidney disease may be caused by a long-term blockage in the urinary tract, Alport syndrome, Nephrotic syndrome, Cystinosis etc. Kidney failure or renal failure is the condition when the kidneys slow down or stop properly filtering wastes from the body, which can cause buildups of waste products and toxic substances in the blood.

  • Kidney transplants in children

  • Neonatal renal disorder

  • Nephrolithiasis

  • Dialysis

  • Kidney stones

  • Urinary tract infections

  • Hydronephrosis

  • Hemolytic uremic syndrome

  • Polycystic kidney disease

Track 10: Neonatal & Pediatric Hematology

Pediatric and neonatal hematology is considered as a specialized science that incorporate with the hematopoietic, immunologic and chemical changes in a growing child. Neonatal hematology is a complex and dynamic process in the pediatric community.

There are dramatic changes occur in the blood and bone marrow of the newborn baby during the first hours and after some days of birth and there are rapid variances in the quantities of every single hematologic components. Neonatal hematologic values are disturbed by the gestational age of the infant, the presence of illness, and the level of support required for the child. Pediatric hematologists/oncologists diagnose, treat, and manage children and teens with diseases of blood cells including disorders of white cells, red cells, and platelets, bleeding disorders etc.

  • Bleeding and clotting disorders

  • Haematological malignancies

  • Blood transfusion

  • Blood bank

  • Stem cell transplantation

  • Tumour cell biology

  • Drug development and diagnostics

  • Bone marrow

Track 11: Neonatal & Pediatric Oncology

Cancer in childhood is uncommon. Pediatric Oncology is considered to be the challenging field of childhood cancers. All known tumour types have been reported specifically in the neonates. Retinoblastoma is probably the most common malignant tumour observed in neonate. About 7% of these tumours have been apparent at birth. The causes of neonatal cancer are unclear, but genetic factors probably play a major role in it. More studies are required to define why the neonate does better with some tumours and worst with others.

  • Carcinomas

  • Neuroblastoma

  • Brain and spinal cord tumors

  • Bone cancers

  • Chemotherapy

  • Bone marrow transplantation

  • Radiotherapy

Track 12: Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry, also known as pedodontics focuses on oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. Taking good oral health practices should begin at home, when the child is about 1 year and continued throughout adult life. Lack of sufficient oral care would result as tooth decay in children due to dental caries that can even lead to serious complications for later period. Pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health and if teething is delayed in an infant.

  • Pediatric dental emergencies

  • Oral cancer

  • Dental nursing

  • Cosmetic dentistry

  • Oral cavity

  • Preventive and operative dentistry

  • Dental marketing

Track 13: Neonatal & Pediatric Gastroenterology

Pediatric gastroenterologists concerned with treating the gastrointestinal tract, liver, or nutritional problems in child. One of the main problems of an infant is iron deficiency, which generate anemia. This is caused when the only food that the baby receives is maternal milk which does not sufficient for the baby’s nutrition. Infectious gastroenteritis is the most common pediatric GI disorder and about 5 billion episodes occur worldwide each year.

  • Appendicitis

  • Chronic constipation

  • Gastrointestinal bleed

  • Gastroesophageal reflux

  • Neonatal cholestasis

  • Bowel disease

  • Lactose intolerance

  • Crohn's disease

Track 14: Neonatal & Pediatric Pharmacology

Pediatric Pharmacology provides guidelines for safe, effective drug therapy both in children, and adolescents. The coverage includes specific recommendations for all major diseases in pediatric intensive care unit (PICU).

It also included effects of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomics, drug development, and clinical trials in infants and children. The ability of paediatric patient to clear a drug changes rapidly in the first few months of life. It is observed that often a child can clear drugs faster than an adult. There are many pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic changes as a child develops.

  • Ethics of drug research in pediatric populations

  • Drug development in infants and children

  • Clinical trials involving children

  • Pharmacodynamics

Track 15: Pediatrics and Neonatal Obesity

Childhood obesity is a serious medical condition which affects the children and adolescents. Children who are obese are normally above the normal weight according to their age and height. Body mass index (BMI) is a measure used to determine childhood overweight and obesity. According to study, Children who are considered affected by obesity are 70 % more likely to continue this into adulthood as well.

  • Epidemiology

  • Cardiovascular diseases

  • Type-2 Diabetes

  • Obesity hypoventilation syndrome

  • Genetics of obesity

  • Diet and nutrition

Track 16: Pediatric Trauma & Depression

Pediatric depression is a stress and relatively common psychiatric condition that generally continues episodically into adulthood. A child with Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) keeps having scary thoughts and memories of a past event. PTSD occurs as the result of an inescapable threat to life such as the effects of war, terrorism, natural disasters, accidents, disease and sudden death of a loved one and can cause lasting neurological and physiological changes to the brain. A child psychiatrist or mental health expert can diagnose PTSD and will do a mental health evaluation

  • Psychological Trauma

  • Blunt trauma

  • Trauma therapy

  • Diagnosis, immunization & preventive measures

  • Critical care in trauma

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy

  • Pediatrics psychiatry and neurodevelopment

Track 17: Neonatal & Pediatric Infectious Disorders

New-borns are particularly susceptible to certain diseases, compare to older children and adults. Their new immune systems aren't enough developed to fight against the bacteria, viruses and parasites that cause infections. Infant respiratory distress syndrome which is also caused by infections is often a condition of preterm neonates that can have long-term negative outcomes and hazards to health. It has been estimated that 30–40% of neonatal deaths worldwide are associated with infectious disease and it is the work of Pediatric infectious diseases specialists who know how to diagnose and treat children in a better way that makes them relaxed.

  • Acquired Immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)

  • Fungal infections

  • Intrapartum/ Postpartum infection

  • Neonatal sepsis

  • Congenital infections

  • Biological markers

  • Zika virus

  • Respiratory infections

Track 18: Healthcare Management and Training

Healthcare is one of the biggest industries all over the world. A health care administrator is ultimately responsible for the overall management of medical facilities. From hospitals to nursing homes, the role of a health care administrator or manager is to manage medical, billing and maintenance staff, answering typically to a board of directors, as well as patients and families. Without a good healthcare management system, a healthcare facility would not be able to provide effective care for patients.

  • Hospital management

  • Healthcare planning and marketing

  • Pediatrics healthcare

  • Telemedicine and healthcare administration

  • World health systems


1. Children's National Medical Center

2. Boston Children's Hospital  

3. Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

4. Johns Hopkins Children's Center  

5. Rady Children's Hospital

6. Children's Hospital Los Angeles

7. Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital  

8. Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

9. Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt  

10. UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals, San Francisco and Oakland

11. Texas Children's Hospital

12. Nicklaus Child  

13. Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

14. Seattle Children's Hospital

15. Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

16. University of California Davis Children's Hospital  

17.  Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital-Prentice Women's Hospital

18. St. Louis Children's Hospital-Washington University

19. Cohen Children's Medical Center

20. University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital

21. Nationwide Children's Hospital  

22. University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital

23. Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford

24. Children's Mercy Kansas City  

25. Children's Hospital Colorado  

26. New York-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley-Komansky Children's Hospital

27. University of Rochester-Golisano Children's Hospital  

28. Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center  

29. Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital

30. University of Virginia Children's Hospital

31. Children's Hospital of Wisconsin  

32. Le Bonheur Children's Hospital

33. University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital

34. CHOC Children's Hospital  

35. Akron Children's Hospital  

36. Doernbecher Children's Hospital at Oregon Health and Science University  

37. Mayo Clinic Children's Center

38. Arkansas Children's Hospital

39. Primary Children's Hospital

40. Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital  

41. Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children  

42. Children's Medical Center Dallas-Parkland Memorial Hospital  

43. UCLA Mattel Children's Hospital  

44. Inova Children's Hospital

45. Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health  

46. Penn State Children's Hospital  

47. North Carolina Children's Hospital at UNC  

48. UF Health Shands Children's Hospital  

49. OSF HealthCare Children's Hospital of Illinois  

50. Children's Hospital at Montefiore  

51. Advocate Children's Hospital-Oak Lawn

52. Advocate Children's Hospital-Park Ridge

53. American Family Children's Hospital  

54. Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children  

55. Brenner Children's Hospital  

56. Bristol-Myers Squibb Children's Hospital at RWJ Univ. Hosp  

57. Children's Hospital and Medical Center  

58. Children's Hospital at St. Peter's University Hospital  

59. Children's Hospital of Alabama at UAB

60. Children's Hospital of Michigan  

61. Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU  

62. Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

63. Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital  

64. Connecticut Children's Medical Center  

65. Cook Children's Medical Center

66. Dayton Children's Hospital

67. Dell Children's Medical Center of Central Texas

68. Florida Hospital for Children

69. Goryeb Children's Hospital  

70. Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital at Memorial  

71. Holtz Children's Hospital at UM-Jackson Memorial Medical Center

72. Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

73. Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center

74. Kentucky Children's Hospital

75. Levine Children's Hospital

76. Loma Linda University Children's Hospital

77. Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center  

78. MassGeneral Hospital for Children  

79. Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital  

80. MUSC Health-Children's Hospital  

81. Nemours Children's Hospital

82. Norton Children's Hospital

83. NYU Winthrop Hospital Children's Medical Center

84. Ochsner Hospital for Children  

85. Phoenix Children's Hospital

86. Rush University Children's Hospital

87. Spectrum Health Helen DeVos Children's Hospital

88. SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

89. St. Louis University

90. St. Christopher's Hospital for Children  

91. St. Joseph's Children's Hospital  

92. T.C. Thompson Children's Hospital at Erlanger

93. University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital

94. University of Maryland Children's Hospital

95. Valley Children's Healthcare and Hospital

96. West Virginia University Children's Hospital

97. Wolfson Children's Hospital

98. Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo

99. Texas Children's Hospital


1. Hatta Hospital 

2. Dubai Hospital

3. Rashid Hospital

4. Latifah Hospital (Al Wasl Hospital) 

5. Al Baraha Hospital (Kuwaiti Hospital) 

6. Iranian Hospital

7. Jebel Ali Hospital 

8. Cedars Jebel Ali International Hospital

9. American Hospital Dubai

10. Canadian Specialist Hospital 

11. Emirates International Hospital

12. Neuro Spinal Hospital

13. Belhoul European Hospital

14. Belhoul Speciality Hospital

15. Medcare Hospital Jumeirah 

16. Aster Hospital

17. Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Medical Group (HMG) 

18. MediLux Healthcare Ltd (MHL) 

19. Zulekha Hospital

20. Magrabi Eye and Ear Centre

21. Gulf Speciality Hospital

22. NMC Speciality Hospital 

23. New Medical Centre

24. International Modern Hospital 

25. Lifeline Healthcare 

26. Welcare Hospital Garhoud 

27. The City Hospital

28. Sheikh Khalifa Medical City General Hospital

29. Al Mafraq Hospital 

30.Tawam Hospital

31. Al Ain Hospital

32. Remah Medical Centre

33. Al Silah Hospital

34. Corniche Hospital 

35. Al Rahba Hospital

36. Madinat Zayed Hospital

37. Lifeline Hospital

38. Al Salamah Hospital

39. Ahalia Hospital

40. Al Noor Hospital NMC Specialty Hospital 

41. Burjeel Hospital

42. Middle East Specialized Medical Care Centre 

43. Emirates Hospital

44. Oasis Hospital

45. Hospital Franco-Emirien (Emirates French Hospital) 

46. Al Reef International Hospital

47. Dar Al Shifaa Hospital

48. General Medical Centre Hospital 

49. American European Medical Centre

50. Al Qassimi Hospital

51. Al - Zahra Private Hospital 

52. Central Private Hospital 

53. The Royal Hospital

54. Zuleka Hospital

55. GMC Hospital Sharjah

56. University Hospital (Sharjah Teaching Hospital) 

57. Al Zahrawi Hospital

58. RAK Hospital 

59. Umm al Quwain Hospital

60. Sheikh Khelifa Bin Zayed Hospital 

61. GMC Hospital Ajman

62. Ibin Sina Hospital 

63. Al Fujairah Hospital 

64. Al Fujairah Maternity Hospital 

65. GMC Hospital Fujairah

66. Dibba Hospital 

67. Al Sharq Hospital


1. Sant Joan de Déu-Barcelona Children’s Hospital 

2. Grupo Hospitalario Quirón 

3. Vithas Xanit International Hospital

4. HM Hospitales 

5. Centro Médico Teknon

6. Anadolu Medical Center

7. Hospital Ruber Internacional 

8. Heidelberg University Hospital 

9. MITERA General, Maternity-Gynecology & Children’s Hospital

10. Medipol Mega University Hospital

11. Hospital Universitario HM Sanchinarro 

12. Hospital Universitario HM Montepríncipe 

13. Hospital Clínic Costa Brava

14. Sanitas Hospitals 

15.Heidelberg University Hospital

16. Quirón Madrid University Hospital

17. Nisa Pardo de Aravaca Hospital

18. Kadikoy Florence Nightingale Hospital

19. Hospital Quirón Torrevieja 

20. Hospital Quirón Valencia Liv Hospital 

21. Florence Nightingale Istanbul Hospital

22. Hospital General de Catalunya 

23. Gayrettepe Florence Nightingale Hospital 

24. Istanbul Memorial Hospital

Market Growth of Pediatrics & Neonatology 

Neonatal Infant Care Market is expected to exceed USD 3.6 billion by 2025. The increasing technological advancements in neonatal infant care devices and growing rate of premature births will boost neonatal infant care market growth over the analysis timeframe. The expansion of pediatric clinics and neonatal intensive care units globally will provide a high impact rendering factor for market growth. In developing countries, it is observed that neonatal intensive care units and pediatric clinics are increasingly being established.

The only challenge, the pediatric healthcare community faces is in relation to Medicaid funding. While the cost of health care for most children is relatively low, those who require hospitalization or specialty care experience a tremendous increase in total cost. Medicaid funding for children estimates about 20 % of total funds, yet children makes up about 60 % of enrollees.

According to the report, the global pediatric health care products and services market was valued at around USD 89,000 Mn and USD 525,000 Mn, respectively, in 2018 and is projected to expand at a CAGR of around 4.6% and 5.6%, respectively, from 2018 to 2026. A report based on UNICEF shows that, 415k children in the region die every year before celebrating their fifth birth date.


Global Pediatric Healthcare Market: By Type

  • Acute Illness
  • Chronic Illness

Global Pediatric Healthcare Market: By Indication

  • Asthma and Allergies
  • Metabolic Disorders
  • Cardiac Disorders
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Others

Global Pediatric Healthcare Market: By Treatment

  • Immunotherapy
  • Medications
  • Surgeries
  • Others

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