General Medicine: Open Access

General Medicine: Open Access
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General Medicine: Open Access : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in General Medicine: Open Access have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. General Medicine: Open Access has got h-index 11, which means every article in General Medicine: Open Access has got 11 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in General Medicine: Open Access.

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

23 6 16 25 68

Year wise citations received

114 87 95 70 99
Journal total citations count 639
Journal impact factor 6.32
Journal 5 years impact factor 4.04
Journal cite score 6.39
Journal h-index 11
Journal h-index since 2016 10
Important citations

Kelleni MT. Diabetogenic Drugs and Hormones, what Every Physician should know and be Aware of. Gen Med (Los Angeles). 2017;5:e114.

Chung JW. Association between Carotid Artery Plaque Score and SYNTAX Score in Coronary Artery Disease Patients. Gen Med (Los Angeles). 2017;5(301):2.

Aziz KM. Association of Serum Lipids with High Blood Pressure and Hypertension among Diabetic Patients. Mathematical Regression Models to Predict Blood Pressure from Lipids. An Experience from. 2017.

Belijo ZN, Mensa M. Levels and Predictors of Food Insecurity among HIV Positive Adult Patients Taking Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy at Arba Minch General Hospital, Southern Ethiopia, 2016. Gen Med (Los Angeles). 2017;5(300):2.

Garcia-Espinoza JA, Aguilar-Aragon VB, Ortiz-Villalobos EH, Garcia-Manzano RA, Antonio BA. Burns: Definition, Classification, Pathophysiology, and Initial Approach. Gen Med. 2017;5(5):1-5.

Begum SM, Fathima SZ, Priya S, Sundararajan R, Hemalatha S. Screening Indian Medicinal Plants to Control Diabetes–An In silico and.

Aziz KM. The art and science of managing diabetic pregnancy by insulin injections and insulin pump: evidence based reports from research trials and meta-analysis. Gen. Med.(Los Angeles). 2017;5(2017):e113.

Freire AP, Ramos D, Silva BS, Leite MR, Uzeloto JS, Pacagnelli FL. The role of professional physical therapists in smoking cessation: a literature update. Gen Med (Los Angel). 2017;5(2):1-7.

Nasrat AM, Nasrat M, Nasrat MM (2015) A Therapeutic Answer for The Controversy of Insulin Cardio-Protection Among Dysglycemic Patients. General Medicine: Open Access.

Nasrat AM (2015) Hematologic Challenges of Helicobacter pylori in Children. Gen Med (Los Angel) 3:212.

Nasrat AM, Nasrat SA, Nasrat M, Nasrat MM ( 2015) A Comparative Study of Natural Eradication of Helicobacter pylori vs. Antibiotics. General Medicine: Open Access 24:1-4.

Kumar A (2016) Innovative Approaches in the field of Cardiology. Research & Reviews in BioSciences. 11.

McCampbell KK, Springer KN, Wingert RA. Analysis of nephron function and composition of the Adult Zebrafish Kidney.

McCampbell KK, Springer KN, Wingert RA. Analysis of nephron function and composition of the Adult Zebrafish Kidney.

McKee RA, RA Wingert. Renal toxin microinjection of zebrafish into model of acute kidney injury.

McCampbell KK, Springer KN, Wingert RA. Analyse de néphron Composition et fonction du rein poisson zèbre adulte.

Mkmpbel that, Springer Co., Vinjrt RA. Adult zebrafish kidney nephron structure and function analysis.

Drummond BE, Wingert RA. Name of Journal: World Journal of Stem Cells ESPS Manuscript NO: 22473 Manuscript Type: Review Insights into kidney stem cell development and regeneration using zebrafish.

Poureetezadi SJ, Cheng CN, Chambers JM, Drummond BE, Wingert RA (2016)  Prostaglandin signaling regulates nephron segment patterning of renal progenitors during zebrafish kidney development. eLife. 5:e17551.

Morales EE, Wingert RA. Name of journal: World Journal of Stem Cells ESPS Manuscript NO: 12794 Columns: Minireviews Renal stem cell reprogramming: Prospects in regenerative medicine.

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