Journal of Clinical Medicine of Kazakhstan (J Clin Med Kaz) is a multi-field, international, peer-reviewed medical journal. The main thematic scope is the publication of research materials in the area of biomedical science and practice, medical education, and public health. This journal publishes bimonthly in a year (in February, April, June, August, October, and December). J Clin Med Kaz is currently indexed in Russian Science Citation Index, Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, CrossRef, DOAJ and Publons.

The owner and publisher of the journal - JSC National Scientific Medical Center. All of the expenses related to editorial and publishing processes covered by the JSC National Scientific Medical Center. Address to correspondence: Ave Abylay-khan #42, Postal code 010009, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. Tel: +7 (7172) 577 411, Fax: +7(7172) 23 29 27, Web site: www.nnmc.kz; E-mail: national_clinic@nnmc.kz. Editorial e-mail: editor@clinmedkaz.org


 

2022, Volume 19, Issue 5

Current Issue

Cover / Contents / Index File
Review Article
Evolution of surgery of ventricular septal defect closure
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):4-8
Cadaver embalming and fixing solutions from past to present
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):9-11
Original Article
The relationship between citation-based metrics and Twitter in the area of age related macular degeneration research: Altmetric and bibliometric study
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):12-22
Evaluation of the effects of kidney function tests on prognosis and mortality in geriatric patients with a pulmonary embolism
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):23-27
Factors associated with fibro-cavernous tuberculosis
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):28-33
The association between non-HDL cholesterol and SYNTAX score in premature heart disease
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):34-37
Operative management of intracerebral hemorrhage: 3 year experience in multidisciplinary city hospital
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):38-41
The effect of inflammatory markers on the CORADS degree and the effects of treatments on RT-PCR test results in COVID-19
J CLIN MED KAZ 2022; 19(5):42-47
Case Report