Bronchopulmonary dysplasia is an interminable lung infection which occurs in newborn children, typically the individuals who were treated with supplemental oxygen, require long term oxygen. It is more common in babies with low birth weight and the individuals who get drawn out mechanical ventilation to treat respiratory pain disorder. It results in mortality and mortality. The meaning of Bronchopulmonary dysplasia has kept on developing from that point forward basically because of changes in the populace, for example, more survivors at prior gestational ages, and enhanced neonatal administration including surfactant, antenatal glucocorticoid treatment, and less forceful mechanical ventilation. As of now the depiction of Bronchopulmonary dysplasia incorporates the reviewing of its severity into moderate, mild and severe. This connects with the newborn childs development, development and by and large seriousness of illness. The new framework offers a superior depiction of hidden pneumonic ailment and its seriousness. Nursing and Health Care is an open access journal with rapid publication process, high quality manuscripts with innovative research which covers all the aspects of Nursing and Health Care. This Journal accepts original Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Reports, Mini Reviews, Rapid Communication, Opinions and Editorials on all the topics of nursing and health care.