Is the American Journal of respiratory and Critical Care Medicine?
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. Publishes the most innovative research, highest quality reviews, clinical trials, guidelines, and statements in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep-related fields. Current Issue. Articles in Press.
Is the ajrccm interested in original research manuscripts?
The AJRCCM is extremely interested in receiving original research manuscripts on COVID-19, especially clinical trials and novel content that may change practice in treating patients with the virus. All COVID-19 content will be reviewed expeditiously. There is no need to contact the Editor-in-Chief or Publications Office in advance.
Who is the editor in chief of ajrccm?
The items below were selected by the Editor-in-Chief for each of the journals and are meant to showcase some of the most important and relevant COVID-19 content published in AJRCCM, AJRCMB, AnnalsATS, and ATS Scholar.
When to use an ajrccm Lung ultrasound score?
JUNE 15, 2021 AJRCCM Lung Ultrasound to Monitor Extremely Preterm Infants and Predict Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia. A Multicenter Longitudinal Cohort Study Lung ultrasound scores allow monitoring of lung aeration and function in extremely preterm infants.
What is the impact factor of the ajrccm?
With an impact factor of 17.45 in 2019, AJRCCM is increasingly better positioned to help raise awareness of the current progress and continuing needs in asthma research. We are thus dedicating a new, special issue to the topic of asthma in both adults and children, to be published in February 2021.
Is the ajrccm interested in covid-19 related research?
This page will serve as a hub for all COVID-19 related manuscripts published across all four ATS Journals. The AJRCCM is extremely interested in receiving original research manuscripts on COVID-19, especially clinical trials and novel content that may change practice in treating patients with the virus.