World Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research (ISSN: 2637-4625) (Impact Factor: 1.989), is an International, Peer-reviewed, Open Access Journal devoted to publish the qualitative researches and up-to-date ongoing trends in the field of Surgery related in both medical and clinical disciplines. The journal makes every effort to establish itself as a stupendous source of information to scholars, academician and surgeons every day across the world. For, public access the journal indexed in various online platforms.
World Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research (ISSN 2637-4625) (Impact Factor: 1.989), is an International, Peer-reviewed, Open Access Journal aims to cover the best quality research outcomes in the fields of Surgery and its related disciplines in medical and clinical studies. The journal strives to prove itself to be an outstanding source of information to surgeons across the world and become a platform to share their research. The broad scope of surgery journal covers all the surgical specialties which facilitate sharing of knowledge and transferring important ideas on global advancement of surgical research, latest innovative clinical practices and education across all interdisciplinary medical specialties.
World Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research (ISSN 2637-4625) (Impact Factor: 1.989) provides and promotes our readers, high standard, cutting-edge, evidence-based research publications which are publicly accessible without any financial constraints. According to some survey’s and analysis reports in CISION, a world’s largest market research store, it was expected to increase of 3.6% per year of growth in surgical procedures with the introduction of latest innovations like minimally invasive techniques.
All the manuscripts submitted to our journal will under goes double-blinded peer review Process. World Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research (ISSN 2637-4625) (Impact Factor: 1.989) encourages our editors monitor ethical behaviour of the journal during the entire process of the publication of article. The journal strictly follows publication ethics in processing the articles that are submitted to the journal and we strongly recommend and encourage our authors to submit original and genuine content with international standards. The Journal aims to provide a platform for the publication of high-quality papers on recent advances and new developments in all fields of surgery in all departments of medical, clinical studies and Surgical Research in both experimental and clinical stages.
World Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research (ISSN 2637-4625) (Impact Factor: 1.989) Welcomes Submission of Original Research Articles, Review Articles, Case Reports, Case Series, Case Blogs, Clinical Images, Clinical Videos, Mini Review, Editorials, Letter to Editors, Surgical Note, Technical Note, and Short Communications. The journal covers a wide scope of subject that includes Abdominal Surgery, Aesthetic & Cosmetic Surgery, Bariatric Surgery, Breast Surgery, Cancer Surgery, Cardiac surgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Cardiovascular surgery, , Colorectal surgery, Emergency Surgery, Endocrine Surgery, General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, but not limited to includes all field of Surgery and Surgical Research.
Our esteemed Editorial panel
World Journal of Surgery and Surgical Research aspires to publish journals that are exciting to read, educate, and keep the audience updated on cutting edge research in the fields of science, technology, medicine, surgery, oncology and oral health.
Terrazas-Espitia Francisco1*, Molina-Dávila David1, Pérez-Benítez Omar2, Espinosa-Dorado Rodrigo2 and Zárate-Osorno Alejandra3
Lin Han, Yanjun Sun, Zhuang Li, Peng Zhang and Dengqun Sun
Jaqueline Velkoski, Federica Maffeis, Stefano Basso and Paolo Ubiali
Change Xusheng, Luo Tianhang, Li Xu, Cui Hangtian, Gong Xiao, Zhang Jinghui and Yin Kai
Gaspard Bouteloup, Abdessalem Ghedira, Mohamed Ali Chaouch, Adrien Faul, Carlotta Ferretti, Sofia Usai, Zeina Farah, Clara Cesari, Marc Beaussier, Marie-Christine Boutron- Ruault and Guillaume Pourcher
Mohamed Ali Chaouch1*, Aurore Chastin1,2, Clemence Morel1, Abdesalem Ghedira1, Catherine Legallo1, Zoé Roussineau2, Gianfranco Donatelli3, Olivier Soubrane1 and Guillaume Pourcher1,4
Qingzhi Song, Er-bao Chen, Dong Huang and Guoqing Lv
Marie Esterhazy, Julien Cornet, Jean-Michel Longneaux and Philippe Van der Linden