Advances in Critical Care Medicine is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal that provides an established forum for exchanging ideas on all aspects of acute and emergency care for the critically ill or injured patient.
The journal extends over a wide range of disciplines that comprehend critical care nursing; coronary intensive care; surgical intensive care; pediatric intensive care; neuroscience critical care; overnight intensive-recovery; neonatal intensive care; pre-hospital and hospital emergency medicine; adult critical care and neonatal care; critical care resuscitation; trauma; minor injuries; disaster preparedness and response; toxicology; acute medical and paediatric emergencies; diagnostic testing; clinical operations; hypertension; airway or respiratory compromise; acute renal failure; cardiac arrhythmias and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.
Advances in Critical Care Medicine supports specialists who treat patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) and coronary care unit (CCU), including chest physicians, surgeons, pediatricians, pharmacists/pharmacologists, anesthesiologists, critical care nurses and other healthcare professionals through a prompt publication of innovative and scientific perspectives in critical care medicine in the mode of original research articles, reviews, brief communications, case studies and letters etc.
All articles accepted for publication in Advances in Critical Care Medicine will be immediately published online.
Open Access Policy
This Journal provides unrestricted online access to a scholarly publication that is free to read, share and download. The publication of a scholarly article in this Open Access journal is usually peer-reviewed and financed through Article processing Charges.
Works published by the Scientific Open Access Journals (SOAJ) (http://www.scientificoajournals.org/) are under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 (CC-BY), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited; the original copy writes are retained to the author.