European Journal of Pediatrics
Official Publication of the Belgian Pediatric SocietyOfficial Publication of the Swiss Pediatric SocietyThe European Journal of Pediatrics is one of the world’s leading publications, covering the field of Pediatrics in all its aspects. It was founded in 1910 by H. Finkelstein, L. Langstein, M. v. Pfaundler, C. v. Pirquet, and B. Salge as the Zeitschrift für Kinderheilkunde.Since then, the Journal has been internationally recognized for making important developments in Pediatrics available to a broad public readership by applying a swift and fair reviewing system.Since 1997 the European Journal of Pediatrics has also been available in electronic form at http://www.springerlink.com.
Electronic access to the journal’s website has grown continuously.Its short publication times demonstrate the commitment of the editors and the publisher to speedy publication of new developments in Pediatrics: electronic publication takes on average three weeks after the acceptance of a contribution and publication in print only three months thereafter.The editors encourage authors to submit reviews, original articles, short communications, case reports, images in Pediatrics and correspondence from the following subject areas: cardiology, dermatology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, growth and development, hematology and oncology, immunology and allergology, infectious diseases, intensive care medicine, medical genetics and metabolic diseases, neonatology, nephrology and urology, neuropediatrics, nutrition, pneumology, preventive pediatrics and epidemiology, and psychology.
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Atomoxetine resulting in Takotsubo syndrome: Is the locally-released norepinephrine from the autonomic sympathetic cardiac nerves or the blood-borne catecholamines the cause?
John E. Madias (August 2014)
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