E-ISSN 2367-699X | ISSN 2367-7414
 

International Journal of Surgery and Medicine  (Int J Surg Med)

E-ISSN: 2367-699X | P-ISSN: 2367-7414

International Journal of Surgery and Medicine (Int J Surg Med) is a bimonthly, international, single-blinded peer-review journal committed to promoting the highest standards of scientific exchange and education. It attempts to cover various aspects of surgery and medicine for its readers.

The journal allows blue open access to its contents. International Journal of Surgery and Medicine (Int J Surg Med) is dedicated to publishing reports on all aspects of surgery and medicine. The journal is one of the fastest communication journals and articles are published online within short time after acceptance of manuscripts. The types of articles accepted include original articles, review articles, point of technique, case series. case reports. It is published bimonthly and accepted manuscripts in English. It has online and print version.

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About authors:

  • 6 issues per year 

  • iThenticate Plagiarism Detection Software

  • 12 days for first decision

  • 10 days for publishing of an accepted manuscript

  • Academic SEO for the Articles

  • Languages: English.

 

Article processing charges:

The Article Processing Charges (APC) will be billed to the corresponding author upon acceptance of the article. There is no fee for submission of the article. Authors are required to pay standard Article Processing Charges as mentioned below:

Student plan:

1 accepted original article = 160 EUR (The publication will be ready up to 10 days after acceptance.)

1 accepted review article = 120 EUR (The publication will be ready up to 10 days after acceptance.)

1 accepted case report = 70 EUR (The publication will be ready up to 10 days after acceptance.)

Fast-track service = 30 EUR (The publication will be ready up to 24 hours after acceptance.)

MD plan:

3 accepted articles = 180 EUR (It does not include original articles)

PhD plan:

5 accepted articles = 300 EUR (Any article types)

2020, Vol: 6, Issue: 6


Int J Surg Med. Year: 2020, Volume: 6

    Original Research

  1. Closure of peptic ulcer perforation by Grahm’s patch with omentopexy versus plugging with omentopexy
    Rajneesh Kumar, Jaspreet Singh Walia, Ankita Attri, Sahil Singh, Subhash Goyal
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 1-5
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.2020-02-07

  2. Case Report

  3. Dental anomalies: hypoplasia and tooth agenesis – A case report
    Dobrinka Mitkova Damyanova
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 6-11
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.2020-07-069

  4. Postherpetic pseudohernia
    Ketan Vagholkar
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 12-14
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.2020-08-083

  5. Original Article

  6. Effectiveness of Preauricular-Retroparotid and Retromandibular-Transparotid approaches in the management of displaced and dislocated condylar head and neck fractures
    Priya Jeyaraj, Ashish Chakranarayan
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 15-29
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.2020-08-080

  7. Original Research

  8. Study of patient and injury related prognostic predictors of motor and sensory recovery in Ulnar nerve injuries - A three-year experience at tertiary care hospital in Himalayan region
    Tanveer Ahmed Bhat, Mir Mohsin, Nahida Wani, Haroon Rashid Zargar, Adil Hafeez Wani
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 30-38
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.prognostic-predictors-motor-and-sensory-recovery-in-Ulnar-nerve

  9. Case Report

  10. Hemorrhagic esophagitis caused by chewing areca nut
    Xiaoming Zhang, Tao Ji, Zizi Zhou, Xuhui Gao, Stephan Handschuh-Wang, Eric Dominic Roessner
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 39-41
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.Hemorrhagic-esophagitis-089

  11. Original Research

  12. Investigation of attitudes /stigma/ towards people with mental illness and opportunities to access psychiatric health care
    Dancho Dilkov, Milena Dimitrova, Yoanna Marinova, Milyana Ulchar
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 42-48
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.stigma-mental-illness

  13. Original Article

  14. The Correlation Between Ulcerative Colitis Activity and Vitamin D
    Mehmet Nur Kaya, Ayla Yıldız
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 49-54
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.2020-05-027

  15. Original Research

  16. Retrospective analysis of mesh related infections in a tertiary care centre
    Swathishree Mohan, Rohit Krishnappa, Hariprasad T R, Gopal S
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 55-65
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.mesh-related-infections-090

  17. Review Article

  18. Covid-19: A Comprehensive Review of Myths and Facts
    Sheetal Agarwal, Ankur Agarwal, Savitri Singh, Sumi Nandwani
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 66-73
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.covid-19-myths-facts

  19. Original Research

  20. Study of factors associated with critical illness in Corona virus disease-19 patients admitted at a tertiary care hospital
    Binti Sumanbhai Patel, Harsha Makwana, Sanjay Solanki, Vidhi Shah, Advait Thakor
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 74-78
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.critical-illness-covid-19

  21. The correlation between value of tumor markers CA 15-3 and CEA on histopathology grading, metastasis, disease free-survival and overall survival in women with breast cancer
    Rudy Budijono, Haryasena Haryasena, Prihantono Prihantono, Muhammad Faruk
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 79-84
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.ca-15-3-cea-breast-cancer

  22. Review Article

  23. The Mystery of Hypoxia in COVID-19
    Varsha Konyala, Raghavendra Bhat,
    Int J Surg Med. 2020; 6(6): 85-94
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/ijsm.Mystery-Hypoxia-COVID-19