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 New Indian Journal of Surgery
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Journal Details
Editorial-Chief Rohan Khandelwal, Gurgram
Frequency Bi-monthly
IC Value 2020: 90.69, 2019: 87.56, 2018: 91.08, 2016: 78.33, 2015: 70.33
Impact Factor -
Publishing Year 2010
Affiliated to Red Flower Publications own journal

Physicians, researchers, faculties, surgeons and anesthesiologists

Abstracting and Indexing information

Index Copernicus, Poland: 2020: 90.69, 2019: 87.56, 2018: 91.08, 2016: 78.33, 2015: 70.33
MedLine/Locatore plus, USA
Genamics JournalSeek
Gaudeamus Academia
Science Library Index
The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)

About the Journal

The New Indian Journal of Surgery (ISSN 0976-4747, Registered with Registrar of Newspapers for India: DELENG/2010/33158) is a peer-reviewed journal designed for the general surgeon who performs abdominal, cancer, vascular, head and neck, breast, colorectal, and other forms of surgery. NIJS is a multidisciplinary super-specialty involving all surgical specialties and all medicine specialties; hence all surgeons and physicians around the world are involved in this field. NIJS provides most current, most authoritative information on major clinical problems in the fields of clinical and experimental surgery, surgical education, surgical care and its allied subjects. In addition The New Indian Journal of Surgery publishes original articles that offer significant contributions in the fields of clinical surgery, experimental surgery, surgical education and related sciences. NIJS will be of interest not only to general surgeons, but also to specialty surgeons and those working in related fields.

Bibliographic Information

p-ISSN  0976-4747
e-ISSN   2456-0863

Registered with Registrar of Newspapers for India: DELENG/2010/33158

Current Issue Volume 13,Number 2 2022
Original Article
Review and Follow up of Open Pre-rectus Mesh Repair in the Management of Midline Incisional Hernias
Suryanarayana Bandlamudi
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Conservative Management in Acute Appendicitis is it Superior to Surgery? A Retrospective Study
Dinesh Babu MV
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A Comparative Analysis of Pre Operative and Operative Findings in Non Traumatic Acute Abdomen: A Prospective Observational Study
Anil Kumar Patel
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Role of Low Level Laser Therapy in Preventing Keystone Flap Necrosis
Ravi Kumar Chittoria,
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Outcome among Patients undergoing open Fistulectomy and Fistulectomy with Primary Closure for Low Level Fistula in Ano
Anil Kumar Patel
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Prevalence of Common Upper GI Diseases on Esophagogastroduodenoscopy
Pavan Kumar S
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Gastric Outlet Obstructions and its Management in a Tertiary Care Hospital
Gudla Krishnaveni
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Clinical Study of Right Iliac Fossa Mass: A Prospective Study
Manisha Narayan
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Current Trends in the Management of Lower Limb Amputations
Anchita Bhattacharya
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Correlation between Gallstones and Hypothyroidism: Our Experiance
Prajwal RK
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Case Report
Long Standing Intercostal Drainage a Boon or a Curse: Our Experience
Ravi Kumar Chittoria
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A Case Series on Rare Types of Carcinoma Breast
B Sampath Kumar
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