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Internal Medicine: Open Access

Internal Medicine: Open Access
Open Access

ISSN: 2165-8048

Internal Medicine: Open Access : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Internal Medicine: Open Access have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Internal Medicine: Open Access has got h-index 16, which means every article in Internal Medicine: Open Access has got 16 average citations.

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

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

21 16 36 34 22

Year wise citations received

108 86 126 96 97
Journal total citations count 1709
Journal impact factor 0.83
Journal 5 years impact factor 1.74
Journal cite score 1.67
Journal h-index 16
Journal h-index since 2016 10
Important citations

Ferreira FD, Cristelli MP, Paula MI, Proença H, Felipe CR, Tedesco-Silva H,et al. Infectious complications as the leading cause of death after kidney transplantation: analysis of more than 10,000 transplants from a single center. J Nephr 2017;30(4):601-606.

Ferreiro A, Álvarez-Estévez G, Cerdas-Calderón M, Cruz-Trujillo Z, Mena E, Reyes M, et al. Confirmed clinical case of chronic kidney disease of nontraditional causes in agricultural communities in Central America: a case definition for surveillance. Pan Ame J Public Health 2016;40:301-308.

George C, Mogueo A, Okpechi I, Echouffo-Tcheugui JB, Kengne AP. Chronic kidney disease in low-income to middle-income countries: the case for increased screening. BMJ global health 2017;2(2):e000256.

Ibarra-Hernández M, Orozco-Guillén OA, de la Alcantar-Vallín ML, Garrido-Roldan R, Jiménez-Alvarado MP, Castro KB, et al. Acute kidney injury in pregnancy and the role of underlying CKD: a point of view from México. J nephron 2017;30(6):773-780.

Robinski M, Mau W, Wienke A, Girndt M. Shared decision-making in chronic kidney disease: A retrospection of recently initiated dialysis patients in Germany. Patient edu counsel 2016;99(4):562-570.

Carrero JJ, Hecking M, Ulasi I, Sola L, Thomas B. Chronic kidney disease, gender, and access to care: a global perspective. Sem nephr 2017;37(3):296-230.

Praveen B. Research and Reviews: Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology.

Yi Z, Xiangdong Y. Changes of blood coagulation function and its clinical significance in patients with chronic kidney disease before and after maintenance hemodialysis. Modern Instr Med 2018;2:84-5.

Praveen B. Research and Reviews: Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology.

Kendig MD, Morris MJ. Reviewing the effects of dietary salt on cognition: mechanisms and future directions. Asia Pacific J Clin Nutri 2019;28(1):6.

Naik RA, Kumar A, Venkatesh M. Method Development and Validation of Taurine and Acetyl Cysteine by Using RP-HPLC Method. Asian J Res Pharm Sci 2018:3.

RP SL. Research and Reviews: Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis. Headache 36:40.

Garg V, Shivashankar R, Kondal D, Ghosh S, Khandelwal S, Gupta R, et al. Knowledge, attitudes and practices related to dietary salt intake among adults in North India. Public health nutrition. 2019;22(9):1606-1614.

Zamora MC. Applying Health and Food Literacy Models to College Students’ Nutrition Knowledge and Salt Consumption. Normal Lights 2019;14:13(1).

Veerbhan A. Research & Reviews: Journal of Medicinal & Organic Chemistry.

Lopes A. Relatório de Estágio Profissional-Farmácia Moderna na Guarda-Centro Hospitalar Tondela em Viseu.

Eftekharafzali M, Mehrabani M, Tajadini H, Ahmadi B, Zahedi MJ. Effect of “Pistacia Atlantica” Resin (Baneh) on Functional Dyspepsia: A Double Blind Randomized Clinical Study. Iranian Red Cres Med J 2018.

Karpyshyn NV. OPTIMIZATION OF DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF NON-MALICULOUS LIVER DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH LIVER).

Roever L. Is there an Association between Cardio Metabolic Risk and Severity of Obesity in Children and Young Adults?. Pediat Ther 2015;5(4):1-2.

BeataMrozikiewicz-Rakowska AS, Szymański K, Nehring P, Szatkowski P, Bartkowiak-Wieczorek J, Bogacz A, et al. The role of the ITLN1 gene rs2274907 polymorphism in diabetic foot patients.

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