Journal Information

Full Journal Title Archives of Critical Care Medicine
Publisher Kowsarmedical
Organization Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
Publishing Approval Minister's deputy office in press and publicity affairs of ministry of culture and Islamic guidance according to certificate number 92/20630 on 27 Oct 2013 as international quarterly medical journal.
Scientific Research Approval The Iranian committee of medical science journals of the ministry of health and medical education according to certificate number 700/d/935 on 21 May 2007 as scientific research medical journal
Aim & Scope

Archives of Critical Care Medicine is an international, peer-reviewed, quarterly journal dedicated to improving the quality of care and increasing the knowledge in the field of Critical Care Medicine by publishing high-quality articles on Critical Care Medicine and related disciplines. All accepted articles will be published immediately as an "In press" article in order to increase its visibility and possibility of citation. The journal supports the following types of articles:

* Original/Research article

* Systematic review/Meta-analysis

* Brief report

* Case-report

* Letter to the editor

Content Coverage The journal publishes articles on critical care medicine, pulmonary medicine, anesthesia, trauma, high-risk and complicated surgeries, internal medicine and surgical emergencies, drug toxicity, intensive and critical care nursing, severe burns along with respiratory or cutaneous injuries as well as infectious diseases with high mortality rates, which are all related to intensive care medicine, and other related topics.
Abbreviation Title ISO: Arch. Crit. Care. Med. | JCR: ARCH CRIT CARE MED
Category Critical Care Medicine
ISSN 2423-4443
Language English
Journal Country/Territory IR Iran
Type of Publishing Article-Based Publishing (Continuous)
Frequency Quarterly
Price Open access, Free of charge
Indexing Sources Complete list of indexing sources
Digital Archiving Policy This journal deposits its articles in Portico to guarantee long-term digital preservation.