Jimmy Thomas Efrid
Director of Epidemiology and Outcomes Research, East Carolina Heart Institute
North Carolina, USA
Jean-Paul Joseph Gonzalez
Professor of Infectiology and Research Director, French Research Institute for Development
Division of Hematology & Oncology
Brown University, USA
Journal Impact Factor 0.4*
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Index Copernicus Value 2015: 61.69
Tropical Medicine & Surgery is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal devoted to the rapid publication of scientific topics concerning all aspects of Tropical Medicine and Surgery. Tropical Medicine encompass conditions that occur solely or principally in the tropics, as well as those that are more difficult to manage or control in the tropics, which might include a range of communicable as well as non-communicable diseases. Communicable diseases include a number of infectious, parasitic, tropical and neglected tropical diseases. Non-communicable diseases often include a number of chronic diseases of growing importance in the tropics, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, respiratory diseases and diabetes. Tropical Medicine & Surgery emphasises the clinical, diagnosis, treatment of tropical diseases with their therapeutic & surgical aspects.
Tropical Medicine & Surgery journal aims to provide a platform for international physicians, surgeons, medical scientists, allied health scientists, public health workers and students, to meet the growing challenges of understanding, preventing and controlling the dramatic global emergence of infectious diseases.
Articles to be considered should in the form of original research, review, case studies, short communication etc. and readers can access information in a barrier-free manner.
Editorial Manager System is being used by the journal for smooth functioning and communication maintaining among the authors, editor office, editor and the respective reviewers, therefore, allowing to maintain high quality peer review process. Authors, reviewers can submit their articles thorough this online system and the editors can manage accordingly. Each article submitted will enter the peer review process after the editor’s approval and minimum of two reviewers consent is must for acceptance of article towards publication.
Authors are encouraged to submit papers based on new findings from original data collection or new analyses of existing data. However, systematic reviews, other critical analyses and reports will be considered for publication.
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Elisa Angela Jaime Aguilera*, Jose Trinidad Sanchez Vega , Angelica Almanza Mackintoy
Vikas Sankar Kottareddygari*, Suma Surya, Sreeramulu PN, Prakash Dave and Naveed Ahmed Khan