Research Output on Paediatric Surgery in Global: A Scientometric StudyAuthor : R. Senthilkumar and S Abirami
Volume 8 No.1 January-June 2018 pp 99-104
This research paper deals with an analysis on Bibliometric study from the results of the International Journal of Paediatric Surgery. The entire data were retrieved from the database called Web Of Science (WOS) during the period 1989-2016. During this period of 28 years the Paediatric Surgery Journal (PSJ) has published 5,528 numbers of research papers. Based on this, the year 1998 has got the highest score of 273 research records. According to the ranking of author Puri P has produced his highest contribution of 243 research records which is about 4.4% of the total contribution.
Bibliometric, Scientometrics, Thomson-Reuters, Database
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