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International Journal of Artificial Organs


Title Abbreviation
Int J Artif Organs
ISSN
0391-3988
Electronic ISSN
1724-6040
Readership
Bioengineers, Biomedical Engineers/Technologists, Biomedical Researchers, Clinical Engineers, Nephrologists, Scientists, Surgeons, Technologists, Transplant Surgeons
Scope
The International Journal of Artificial Organs (IJAO) publishes monthly peer-reviewed research and clinical, experimental and theoretical, contributions to the field of artificial, bioartificial and tissue-engineered organs. The mission of the IJAO is to foster the development and optimization of artificial, bioartificial and tissue-engineered organs, for implantation or use in procedures, to treat functional deficits of all human tissues and organs. The topics of interest range from the initial concept to clinical application, and are grouped in the following independent sections managed by highly qualified Editors: Apheresis, dialysis and liver support, Cardiac assist devices and artificial heart, Artificial lung, ECMO and respiratory support, Sensory organs and neural stimulation, Tissue engineering, bioartificial organs and regenerative medicine, Biomaterials and nanotechnology, Personalized medicine and individualized care, Mechanical prostheses, robotics and medical technology.
Sponsoring Association(s)
European Society for Artificial Organs (ESAO)
Publisher Name
SAGE Publications - UK
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