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Anesthesiology(月刊),创刊于1940年,出版国家为美国。Anesthesiology创刊于1940年,是引领世界的同行评议的小说研究的出版物,以及对临床实践和麻醉学基本理解:围手术期研究,重要护理和疼痛医学的实践。Anesthesiology是美国麻醉医师协会的官方杂志,但以完全的编辑自主运作。通过一个独立的国际公认的编辑委员会,该杂志通过提供立即开放获取突出的文章和免费访问所有发表的文章6个月后,通过积极的新闻稿计划支...[显示全部]
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Guide for Authors

 

Complete Instructions for Authors

Before submitting a manuscript to Anesthesiology, please read these Instructions carefully. Each author on a manuscript submission is required to understand the material below.

 

Manuscripts must be submitted electronically via the Journal's online submission system (http://www.editorialmanager.com/aln/). For problems with submissions, contact the editorial office (editorial-office@anesthesiology.org). Receipt will be acknowledged by e-mail. All decisions should be completed within 6 weeks, except for Review Articles, which may take up to 8 weeks. Authors will be notified if delays occur.

 

Anesthesiology uses Crosscheck plagiarism detection software.

 

Manuscript status inquiries can be handled via our Editorial Manager Web site (http://www.editorialmanager.com/aln/). Information will not be provided by telephone, fax, or e-mail.

 

Submit only one copy of electronic manuscripts. Only manuscripts submitted via the online submission system will be considered for the peer review process. Do not use multiple routes of submission; e.g., do not submit a manuscript via the Web and simultaneously via e-mail.

 

If there are any questions concerning these Instructions, please contact the Editorial Office.

 

Types of Papers

Case Reports

Case reports and correspondence describing cases will not be accepted for review (see Eisenach JC: Case reports are leaving Anesthesiology, but not the specialty. Anesthesiology 2013; 118:479). If in doubt regarding the suitability of a submission, please contact the Editorial Office.

Original Investigations. These articles focus on the four central aspects of the medical specialty of anesthesiology: perioperative medicine, critical care medicine, pain medicine, and education. Although there is overlap, authors will choose one of these areas during the submission process. These articles all range in length from 1,500 to 4,000 words. Abbreviated Titles and Abstracts are required (see the section on Manuscript Preparation below). Do not include a summary statement.

Clinical Concepts and Commentary (CCC). Clinical Concepts and Commentary (CCC).  These are brief reviews and commentary (2,000 to 3,000 words) focused on clinical topics. CCC articles are intended for the practicing clinician, should be written by individuals with experience and expertise in the field, be evidence-based, and emphasize the clinical aspects of the subject.  Articles should be accompanied by no more than 50 references.  Do not submit Abstracts, but Abbreviated Titles and Summary Statements are required (see the section on Manuscript Preparation below).  We seek to include two color illustrations (any combination of tables and/or figures to be determined by you) to enhance the effectiveness of the publication. Illustrations need only be in draft form. A professional artist will produce the final figures.  Individuals interested in writing a CCC article should contact the Editorial Office prior to submission to learn whether the article topic would be of interest.

Review Articles. These are comprehensive articles that summarize and synthesize older and current ideas, and may suggest new concepts. They may cover broad areas, and with appropriate depth.  They may be clinical, investigational, or basic science in nature, and intended for one or more of these readerships.  Reviews should be written by recognized experts in the field, with requisite experience, as evidenced by substantial peer reviewed publications in the topic area. They may range in length from 3,000 to 8,000 words.  Review articles are well-served by including summary figures and/or tables that help emphasize critical concepts. Instead of a structured abstract, provide a 150 word, one or two paragraph summary of the key points of the article, along with an Abbreviated Title and a short Summary Statement (see the section on Manuscript Preparation below).  Meta-analyses and systematic reviews are not considered Review Articles.  These are considered Original Investigations, require a structured abstract (see Abstract section, below) and should be submitted to the appropriate section (Perioperative Medicine Investigations, Critical Care Medicine Investigations, or Pain Medicine).  Individuals interested in writing a Review Article should contact the Editorial Office prior to submission to learn whether the article topic would be of interest.

Special Articles. Anesthesiology occasionally publishes Special Articles (e.g., history, education, demography, contemporary issues, etc.).  Abstracts, Abbreviated Titles and Summary Statements are required for all Special Articles except for Practice Guidelines (see the section on Manuscript Preparation below).  Special Articles are often invited.  Individuals interested in writing a Special Article should contact the Editorial Office prior to submission to learn whether the article topic would be of interest.

Correspondence. Correspondence submissions are not to provide a venue for case reports, and authors must attest during the submission process that a case description is not included in correspondence. Letters-to-the-Editor should be brief (250 to 1,000 words). A few references, a small table, or a pertinent illustration may be used. They require an original title on a Title Page. Do not submit Abbreviated Titles, Summary Statements, and Abstracts. Letters may offer criticism of published material. They must be objective and constructive. Such letters commenting on published articles must be received in the Editorial Office no later than two months after the first of the month of the original article publication date. Letters also may discuss matters of general interest to anesthesiologists, without specific linkage to recently published articles.

Mind to Mind. Mind to Mind is a creative writing section devoted to exploring the abstract realm of our profession and our lives. Submitted works can be poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction. Limit submissions to 1,200 words or less. Authors should be a current or emeritus member of the anesthesia, perioperative, critical care, or pain teams, including students, writing on any topic. Patients may submit writing about their medical experience. Entries may be published anonymously at the author’s request, though names and conflict of interest information are required during submission. All entries must respect complete confidentiality.

Clinical Practice Guidelines

In general, published statements intended to guide clinical care (e.g., Guidelines, Practice Parameters, Recommendations, Consensus Statements, Position Papers) should describe:

The clinical problem to be addressed;

The mechanism by which the statement was generated;

A review of the evidence for the statement (if available), and;

The statement on practice itself.

As more than one group or society may issue statements on the same topic, this often results in confusion amongst clinicians. To minimize confusion and to enhance transparency, such statements should begin with the following bulleted phrases, followed by brief comments addressing each phrase:

What other guideline statements are available on this topic?

Why was this guideline was developed?

How does this statement differ from existing guidelines?

Why does this statement differ from existing guidelines?

Images in Anesthesiology (IiA). These succinct submissions couple an interesting, novel, or highly educational image with text designed to highlight the pertinent anesthesiology-focused information displayed by the visual. Supplemental video content can be included to expand the visual learning. The focus of an IiA submission is the image itself and key educational points raised in the body of the text should be directly related to observation of the image. The IiA section of the Journal is not intended to be used as a forum for case reports. IiA manuscripts are intended to educate medical students, residents, fellows, anesthesiology practitioners, and interested physicians and scientists. IiA manuscripts are limited to 250 words, should include 3 references, and must not have more than 4 authors. The image should be one frame that on occasion might have two coupled panels. Labeling of the image should focus attention to the intended educational message. Rather than including a legend for the image, its description should be incorporated into the body of the text.

Other Items.

Anesthesiology also publishes 1) Editorials, 2) Classic Papers Revisited, and 3) Book Reviews. These are typically solicited. Please contact the Editorial Office for further information.

III.Manuscript Preparation

Manuscripts must be double-spaced. Fonts should be 10 point or larger. Margins should be at least 2.5 cm (1 in) all around. If a manuscript is formatted for A4 paper, leave at least a 5 cm (2 in) margin at the bottom of the page. Number pages consecutively beginning with the Title Page.

General Arrangement, All Submissions:

ALL articles should be arranged in the following order.

Manuscript, as a single file, consisting of Title Page, Abstract (not required for all article types - see above), Body Text, References

Tables (each Table should be a separate file)

Appendices (each Appendix should be a separate file)

Figure Legends (placed consecutively, in numerical order, all on the same page)

Figures (each Figure should be a separate file)

Manuscripts "In Press" Information on the preparation of electronic documents and Figures can be found at the end of this Guide.

Title Page (Page 1)

All submissions require a Title Page with the following materials.

Article Title

First name, middle initial, and last name of each author, with their highest academic degree (M.D., Ph.D., etc.), and institutional affiliations.

Name, mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address of the corresponding author.

Disclosure of funding received for the work from any of the following organizations: National Institutes of Health (NIH), Wellcome Trust, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), and all other financial support, including departmental or institutional funding. Comments such as "No Funding Received" are not acceptable. Provide both the name and location of each funding agency/source.

Clinical trial number and registry URL, if applicable.

Individuals or organizations to be acknowledged. Provide complete name, degrees, academic rank, department, institutional affiliation, city, state, and country.

Number of words in Abstract, in Introduction, and in Discussion.

An Abbreviated Title (running head) that states the essence of the article (< 50 characters). This is not required for all article types--see above.

Brief (no more than 35 words) Summary Statement to be printed in the Table of Contents. This is not required for all article types--see above.

Please list any conflicts of interest the authors have had within the 36 months of submission.

Abstract (new page)

When an Abstract is required, it should be limited to 250 words. The abstract should contain four labeled paragraphs: Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusions.  Abstracts may be the only part of an article which is read, and must stand alone from the body of the manuscript.  In order to enhance comprehension, the use of nonstandard abbreviations or acronyms in the Abstract is not allowed.  A list of standard abbreviations accepted by the journal may be found at: /DocumentLibrary/ALN_standard abbreviations.docx.  Review Articles, Special Articles, and History Articles (History Articles fall into the Special Articles category) require an unstructured, one or two paragraph summary of the key points of the article of 150 words or fewer. Meta-analyses and systematic reviews are considered Original Investigations, not Review Articles, require a structured abstract and should be submitted to the appropriate section (Perioperative Medicine Investigations, Critical Care Medicine Investigations, or Pain Medicine).

Body Text

The body of the manuscript should typically be divided into four parts (except for Correspondence):

Introduction (new page, recommended 500 word limit). This should rarely exceed one page in length.

Materials and Methods (new page). A subsection entitled "Statistical Analysis" should appear at the end of the Materials and Methods section when appropriate (for comments re. Statistics, see below).

Results (new page).

Discussion (new page, recommended 1,500 word limit). The discussion should focus on the findings in the current work.

In order to enhance comprehension, the use of nonstandard abbreviations or acronyms is strongly discouraged.   A list of standard abbreviations accepted by the journal may be found at List of Standard Abbreviations.  For further information see paragraph 2. Abbreviations in section L. Additional Information Please note: Combined the Introduction and Discussion sections should not equal more than 2,000 words. It is recommended that the Introduction be no longer than 500 words and the Discussion section no more than 1,500 words. Manuscripts that do not meet these word limits may be sent back to the authors.

 

编辑委员会

主编辑

Evan D. KharaschMDPh.D

编辑总司令, 麻醉

麻醉科 

在圣路易斯的华盛顿大学

圣路易斯,密苏里

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D.Vandam MD 1963-1970

 

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2006-2016

 

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