Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management

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ISSN: 1993-6508

Regionarnaya anesteziya i lechenie ostroy boli
Launch Year - 2006
OAO Izdatelstvo Meditsina
Frequency: 6 issues per year

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The Regional anesthesia and acute pain management is listed among Russian peer-reviewed scientific journals approved by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science for Kandidat Nauk and Doktor Nauk Degree Awards*. The journal is included in international data systems and databases. Therefore, the authors are required to make sure that their submission is in strict compliance with the Requirements for manuscripts submitted in journal and publication ethics statement
*The Russian academic degrees of Kandidat Nauk and Doktor Nauk are equivalent to PhD.

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OAO Izdatelstvo Meditsina, 5 (bld. 14) Novoostapovskaya St., 115088, Moscow, Russia

Editorial Office of the 
Regionarnaya anesteziya i lechenie ostroy boli Journal
or by e-mail:  
Alexey M. Ovechkin 
Pavel A. Lyuboshevsky   
Tihova Galina     
Editor-in-chief: Alexey M. Ovechkin, MD, PhD, Prof., Head of the Department of Anesthesiology and Resuscitation, I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Moscow, Russia) 

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The Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Management Journal is intended for practicing anesthetists.
The aims of the journal are (1) to disseminate information on the modern techniques of regional anesthesia and analgesia used in surgery, modern medications and treatment schemes used to alleviate postoperative pain and (2) to facilitate experience exchange among anesthetists from across Russia and other countries. The journal publishes polemical articles; reviews of, and comments on, clinical cases; lectures; and reviews by the leading specialists in the field of regional anesthesia and pain management.

Full-text articles are available on the websites of the Scientific Electronic Library and Cyberleninka