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30 June 2021
International Journal of Surgery (IJS) impact factor rises to 6.071 in the latest release from Clarivate Analytics. Up 81% and now ranked 15th out of 272 surgical journals. Fastest riser in the category. Thanks to all our authors, reviewers, editors, readers and publisher Elsevier for making this happen
29 June 2020
International Journal of Surgery (IJS) impact factor rises by 6% to 3.357 in the latest impact factors released today by Clarivate Analytics. The IJS maintains its position at 40 out of 210 journals.
20 June 2019
International Journal of Surgery (IJS) impact factor rises by 17% to 3.158 in the latest impact factors released today by Clarivate Analytics. That’s a rise of 14 places to number 40 in the surgery category of around 200 journals.
Founder, Managing and Executive Editor stated: “This is a stellar result for the International Journal of Surgery and IJSPG. Our impact factor has increased for the 4th year in a row and over that time we have gone from 93rd to 40th in the rankings. This is significant forward momentum that bodes well for the future. It is a testament to our, authors, reviewers, editors and publishers as well as the broader scientific and surgical communities that recognised what we have published.”
The Wall Street Journal
Probing Surgery’s Link To Cancer Recurrence
University of Rochester Medical Center
Breast Reduction Surgery Safe, Effective for Select Adolescents
MIA In The War On Cancer: Where Are The Low-Cost Treatments?
The New York Times
Google Glass Enters the Operating Room
Potential Use Of Google Glass In Surgical Settings
The Washington Post
To recover quickly from surgery, take action before and after your operation
Renal & Urology News
Novel Parathyroidectomy Procedure May Result in Durably Low PTH
Physicians Report Rare Case of Endometriosis in the Belly Button
Prisoner in Ireland Swallows Cellphone and There’s an X-Ray to Prove It
New York Post
Obese toddler has gastric bypass surgery
Morbidly Obese Two-Year-Old From Saudi Arabia Youngest Person to Have Gastric Bypass Surgery
Shocking X-ray: Doctors remove fork from penis of 70-year-old Australian man
Prisoner managed to swallow a mobile phone whole (and yes, there are pictures)
Real ‘Magic Bullet’ Beats the Odds
Care2 Healthy Living
Are Skinny Jeans Dangerous to Your Health?