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Journal of Intensive Care publishes first articles
- 24 Oct 2013

Open access publisher BioMed Central has announced Journal of Intensive Care, a new open access journal published by BioMed Central.

As the official publication of the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine, this new journal marks a significant development in the field, as it is the first open access English-language journal published on the subject from the Asia and Pan-Pacific region.

The journal aims to publish articles on trauma and surgical intensive care, paediatric intensive care, acute and emergency medicine, perioperative care medicine, resuscitation, infection control and organ dysfunction.

Many topics from this growing field of patient care are represented in the first issue, including articles about ventilator-associated pneumonia diagnosis, intravenous immunoglobulin efficacy for sepsis, and on arbekacin treatment of a multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas infection.

Journal of Intensive Care is a new addition to the company's growing portfolio of critical and intensive care journals, and is supported by an expert Editorial Board. The Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine covers the publication costs for all manuscripts submitted to the journal.

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Journal of Intensive Care now accepting submissions
- 30 May 2013

Journal of Intensive Care, published by open access publisher BioMed Central, is now accepting submissions. The peer-reviewed online journal aims to publish articles contributing to the development of intensive care medical science, and to promote the exchange of ideas internationally in this and related fields. In addition, the journal encourages submissions considering the different cultural aspects of intensive care practice.

The journal is the official journal of the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine. This journal's launch marks a significant development as it is the first open access English journal published on intensive care medicine from the Asia and Pan-Pacific region.

The publication costs for all manuscripts submitted to the journal are covered by the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine.

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BioMed Central and the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine partner to launch Journal of Intensive Care
- 13 May 2013

Open access publisher BioMed Central, UK, has announced a new partnership with The Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine, to launch a new journal titled Journal of Intensive Care.

The Journal of Intensive Care is the official journal of the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine. It will publish peer-reviewed scientific articles in the field of intensive care medicine and related fields to fulfil the aim of the Society, namely 'planning the progress of intensive care medicine and related fields and, in addition, contributing to the development of science and culture'.

The journal aims to promote the international exchange of ideas and experience that draws from the different cultures in which practice takes place. As an open access journal, Journal of Intensive Care will facilitate greater dissemination and visibility outside Asia of the research published in the journal.

Dr. Satoshi Gando, Professor and Chairman of Division of Acute and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the Hokkaido University Graduate School of Medicine, Sapporo Japan, will serve as the Editor-in-Chief.

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Critical Care to offer free access to 10 review articles
- 16 Apr 2010

Open access publisher BioMed Central, UK, has announced that the latest issue of the journal Critical Care features 10 free review articles co-published as part of a joint effort with the Springer Yearbook of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine. The articles were selected by Editor-in-Chief Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent for their relevance to health care professionals and researchers working in the area of intensive care medicine.

Contributions include a paper by Julia Wendon and colleagues, King’s College Hospital, UK, on renal dysfunction in liver disease; the prevention of infections caused by catheters written by Olivier Mimoz’s group, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, France, and venous oxygen as a physiological transfusion trigger by Editorial Board member Benoit Vallet et al, University Hospital of Lille, France.

The Yearbook compiles the most recent developments in experimental and clinical research and practice in one comprehensive reference book. Review articles published in Critical Care normally require a subscription to read. In order to access reviews, commentaries and other commissioned content, non-subscribers to can register for a free 30-day trial.

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