Vascular surgery and medicine focuses on diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive care of patients with diseases of the arterial, venous and lymphatic systems. The specialty evolved from general and cardiac surgery as well as minimally invasive techniques pioneered by interventional radiology.
Archives of Vascular Medicine is a high-impact journal concocting and publishing painstakingly peer-reviewed manuscripts on the discoveries, developments and interventions in the field of vascular surgery and medicine.
The manuscripts published in Archives of Vascular Medicine are uniquely poised to provide knowledge and contribute insights to the scientific foundation of the vascular surgery specialty.
The credibility and standing of vascular surgery in the medical and surgical community is directly proportional to the quality and number of research contributions by vascular surgeons. A paradigm shift has occurred in recent decades in the treatment of vascular diseases. Diseases once treated exclusively by traditional open surgery are now increasingly being approached via percutaneous and hybrid techniques.
Therefore, Archives of Vascular Medicine initiated publishing manuscripts that can bring forth different provocative issues to enhance patient care, training and research in the various dimensions of vascular surgery and allied medicines.
Archives of Vascular Medicine also seek to publish stuffs on management of risk factors that should be optimized to control the progression of vascular disease conditions.
Archives of Vascular Medicine aims to publish a comprehensive array of manuscripts encompassing treatment plans, conservative management, causes and risk factors approaches towards vascular diseases.
The manuscripts published in Archives of Vascular Medicine strives to enhance experience and knowledge in the management of vascular patients with specific emphasis on issues and problems in vascular surgery.
The scope of Archives of Vascular Medicine comprehends in publishing and exhibiting compassion and commitment in augmenting proficiency in vascular surgery and medicine. With this spirit, Archives of Vascular Medicine encourages healthcare professionals, researchers and all the individuals associated with the reverting field of vascular surgery and medicine to create manuscripts and publish with us in the following, but not limited to, perspectives: