Global Journal of Medical Research I: Surgeries-and-Cardiovascular-System

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JOURNAL SPECIFICATION
GJMR Volume 22
ISSN Online : 2249-4618
ISSN Print : 0975-5888
Print Estd. : 2001
DOI : 10.17406/gjmra
Publishing Frequency : Monthly
CODEN : GJMR
Society Accreditation : Yes
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TITLE AND INDICESALLLAST FIVE YEARS

Citations877865

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Introduction & Purpose

Global Journal of Medical Research: (I) Surgeries and Cardiovascular System is an international journal for publishing medical research papers. It aims to encourage and provide international publication to researchers, doctors, scientists and professors of medical research. We welcome original research, articles, surveys, review papers of all the streams of medical research from all over the world.

Objective of Journal

With advancements in computers and sensors, humans are collecting more data every day and automating it to generate better results. Studying and designing better algorithms and computing methods is now one of the major elements of research and science. This journal aims to provide academia with new methodologies and applications. Special editions of this journal may contain white papers, reports, accepted standards, and thesis.

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