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Scope of Obstetrics and Gynecology


The scope of the Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] defines the content of what will be accepted for peer review and publication. Thus, all original and previously unpublished researches on the use of surgical and medical procedures to provide care for women in their reproductive years.

Surgical Procedures in Gynecology

Details needed by Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] may include but not limited to:

  • Cesarean sections;
  • instrumental deliveries during childbirth;
  • a hysterectomy;
  • removing growths, such as ovarian cysts and uterine fibroids and
  • surgery to repair pelvic organ injuries.

Pelvic technologies

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] will also accept for publication research reports on

  • Pap smears to test for cervical cancer,
  • STI tests and management;
  • fertility treatments, such as egg retrievals for IVF or egg-freezing;
  • pelvic ultrasounds to check the pelvic organs and monitor pregnancy;
  • infertility treatments and counseling;
  • management of urinary issues, such as urinary tract infections and urinary incontinence;
  • treating common problems, such as anemia;
  • breast exams and breast health management, including mammograms and other breast cancer screenings

Contraceptive counseling,

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] will accept papers on

  • Family planning research in contraception,
  • including contraceptive counseling,
  • contraceptive selection, and use, and strategies to prevent unintended pregnancy.  

Signaling Mechanisms and regulations

  • Signaling Mechanisms in Myometrial Cells that Modulate NALCN during Pregnancy and Labor;
  • Regulation of Uterine Smooth Muscle Excitability;
  • Maternal Nutrition and Oocyte Programming;
  • A novel molecular mechanism for stimulating uterine contractility by oxytocin

Reproductive Sciences and Ovarian Cancer Metastasis;

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] will accept papers on

  • the Quantitative and Computational Characterization of Oxytocin Receptor Signaling;
  • Leak Currents and Preterm Birth;
  • SRI Meeting:
  • Training and Development in the Reproductive Sciences;
  • March of Dimes Prematurity Research;
  • Role of the Microenvironment in Ovarian Cancer Metastasis;
  • Tumor-stromal DDR2 promotes metastasis in ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancers research

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] invites papers on

  • the Inhibition of metastasis in BRCA2-associated ovarian cancers;
  • AVB500-OC-02:
  • A Phase 1B/2 randomized, controlled study of AVB-S6-500;

Molecular and inflammatory biology

  • Molecular and neuro-inflammatory biology of the aging bladder in normal and disease states;
  • Mechanisms of Zika Virus Maternal-Fetal Transmission;
  • Mechanisms of Age-associated Inflammation and
  • Role of Gardnerella vaginalis in the urinary tract;

Neogenesis and Immunobiology

  • Lymphoid Neogenesis in the Urinary Bladder;
  • Interleukin-6 and Aging:
  • Impact on Immune Defense and Tissue Repair in Urinary Bladder;
  • Molecular and Metabolic Aspects of Implantation

Research on Sperm-specific ion Channels

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Sexuality [SJ-OGS] wants papers on

  • GREB1 Action in Endometrial Function and Dysfunction;
  • Developing Modulators of the Sperm-specific Potassium Channel SLO3 for Contraception;
  • Regulation of Ca+ influx in mouse oocytes and eggs during maturation and fertilization to improve assisted reproductive technologies and modulate fertility

Spectrum Imaging and other placenta technologies

  • Applying DBSI to Characterize Human Placenta Immunoresponse during Normal Term and Preterm Pregnancies;
  • Quantification of Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s Disease Using Diffusion Basis Spectrum Imaging;
  • PET-MRI Imaging of White Matter Damages and Inflammation in Alzheimer’s Disease

Mechanisms underlying preterm birth (PTB)

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] wants papers within its scope that elucidate

  • the mechanisms underlying preterm birth (PTB), to develop targeted therapeutic modalities and ultimately limit the burden of PTB.
  • Intrauterine infections are prominently associated with PTB, yet the mechanisms by which such infections might trigger PTB are poorly understood.
  • Antibiotic treatment is fairly ineffective for preventing PTB signifying that the supposed infectious organisms may be ‘hidden’ within the tissue.

Maternal-fetal medicine

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] want papers within its scope with details on

  • Maternal-fetal medicine research (the health of the mother and the baby)  high-risk pregnancies,
  • complicated or high-risk deliveries, such as the vaginal delivery of a baby in the breech position.

Reproductive endocrinology

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] want papers with details on Reproductive endocrinology with emphasis on infertility problems and novel treatment plans including in vitro fertilization (IVF) procedures.

cancer of the reproductive organs

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] want papers with details on cancer of the reproductive organs, such as ovarian and cervical cancer.

pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] want papers with details on pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery with an emphasis on injuries to and disorders of the pelvic floor and related structures including incontinence, pelvic floor physical therapy, or repair of prolapsed pelvic organs.

Pediatrics Scope

The scope of Pediatrics defines the range of manuscripts that can be accepted for peer review and publication.

This may include but not limited to all originals papers with details about the health and medical care of infants, children, and adolescents from birth up to the age of 18. 

Children well-being management

We will accept all papers within our scope and with details about the management of physical, mental, and the emotional well-being of the children at every stage of development, in both sickness and health with the ultimate goal of:

  • reducing infant and child rate of deaths,
  • controlling the spread of infectious disease,
  • promotion of healthy lifestyles for long disease-free life and
  • helping ease the problems of children and adolescents with chronic conditions. 

Diagnosis and treatment of pediatrics disease

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] scope of content publication also includes diagnosis and treatment of many conditions among children including – injuries,

  • infections,
  • genetic and congenital conditions,
  • Children cancers, and
  • organ diseases,
  • dysfunctions and long term effects on quality of life, disability, and survival

Pediatric development issues

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] will also accept papers dealing with:

  • developmental delays and disorders in children,
  • behavioral problems,
  • functional disabilities,
  • social stresses and
  • mental disorders including depression and anxiety disorders

Congenital defects, and genetic variance.

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP] will also accept papers dealing with congenital defects, and genetic variance.

Pediatric physiology and drug pharmacokinetics 

Emphasis is placed on Pediatric physiology that directly impacts on the pharmacokinetic properties of drugs that enter the body.

How Drug kinetics in Children differ from adults 

Special Journal of Pediatrics wants papers that outline the:

  • absorption,
  • distribution,
  • metabolism, and
  • elimination of medications in children

This should particularly show how it is different from that of the adults.

Medication in Children and Healthcare providers

How these factors affect the decisions of intrinsic and extrinsic factors when prescribing and administering medications to the pediatric population are still not well understood and papers on these topics will be an advantage

 Intrinsic and extrinsic factors drug kinetics

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP]  wants to review and publish all
manuscripts with details on intrinsic and extrinsic factors (stomach anatomy, pH, enzymes,) for oral drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, and elimination, and preservation in Neonates and young infants.

Children abuse scope

Special Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics [SJ-OGP]  wants to publish carefully collected evidence to show or prove an abuse of the child. This evidence may come from all stakeholders of the suspected abuse such as

  • parents and families,
  • other children,
  • the result of blood tests,
  • X-rays, and other tests.

Other useful information includes data from the child’s

  • primary care doctor,
  • therapist,
  • child protective service worker, and
  • the police officer.  

Developmental behavior pediatrics

Special Journal of Pediatrics want to publish papers within our scope with details on developmental behavior pediatrics including but not limited to dyslexia, writing difficulties, math disorders, and other school-related learning

Care and developmental sicknesses

Care and developmental sicknesses such as attention-deficit or hyperactivity
illness and associated conditions including

  • oppositional-defiant behavior,
  • conduct problems,
  • depression, and
  • anxiety syndromes;
  • Tics, Tourette syndrome,  
  • other habit disorders;

Monitoring disorders scope

These may include but not limited to the following

  • sleep complaints,
  • feeding problems,
  • discipline difficulties,
  • complex toilet-training issues,
  • enuresis (bedwetting), and
  • encopresis (soiling);

Developmental disabilities scope

This may include but not limited to the following

  • cerebral palsy,
  • spina bifida,
  • intellectual disability,
  • Autism
    spectrum disorder, 
  • visual and hearing impairments;

Delayed development scope

These may include but not limited to the following delays in:

  • speech,
  • language,
  • motor skills, and
  • thinking ability;

Behavioral and developmental problems 

Behavioral and developmental problems complicating the full range of pediatric chronic illnesses and disabling conditions (for example, genetic disorders, epilepsy,
prematurity, diabetes, asthma, cancer)

Broader Pediatrics scope

  • Adolescent medicine;
  • Clinical informatics;
  • Genetics;
  • Headache medicine;
  • Hospice and palliative care;
  • Medical toxicology;
  • Neonatology;
  • Pain medicine;
  • Pediatric allergy and immunology;
  • Pediatric Cardiology;
  • Pediatric cardiac critical care;
  • Pediatric critical care;
  • Neuro-critical care;
  • Pediatric cardiac critical care,
  • Pediatric emergency medicine;
  • Pediatric endocrinology;
  • Pediatric gastroenterology;
  • Transplant; hepatology;
  • Pediatric hematology;
  • Pediatric infectious disease;
  • Pediatric nephrology;
  • Pediatric oncology;
  • Pediatric neuro-oncology;
  • Pediatric pulmonology;
  • Sleep medicine;
  • Pediatric rheumatology;
  • Sleep medicine;
  • Social pediatrics;
  • Sports medicine;
  • Child neurology;
  • Brain injury medicine.

Clinical Pediatrics Medicine scope

  • Clinical neurophysiology;
  • Endovascular Neuroradiology;
  • EpilepsyHeadache medicine;
  • Neuro-critical care;
  • Neuro-immunology;
  • neuromuscular medicine;
  • Pain medicine;
  • Pediatric neuro-oncology;
  • Sleep medicine;
  • Vascular neurology;
  • Child psychiatry;
  • Neurodevelopmental disabilities;
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology;
  • Pediatric Dentistry,
  • Pediatric dermatology,
  • Pediatric gynecology;
  • Pediatric neurosurgery;
  • Pediatric Ophthalmology;
  • Pediatric orthopedic surgery,
  • Pediatric otolaryngology,
  • Pediatric radiology,
  • Pediatric rehabilitation medicine,
  • Pediatric surgery,
  • Pediatric urology,



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