About Journal

Introduction

Surgery is a medical specialty that involves operative techniques to investigate or treat a pathological condition or to repair unwanted ruptured areas. The researches related to surgery can be categorized on the bases such as procedures, body systems, level of invasiveness and the types of instrumentation.

Archives of Surgery and Clinical Research is a rivulet of methodically peer-reviewed manuscripts intended to publish updated and innovative research, facts and high-quality works of the devoted specialists in the field of surgery.

Archives of Surgery and Clinical Research is devoted to improve surgical care by publishing the efforts of surgical researchers who are performing a vital part in shaping and remodeling the face of surgical specialty and sciences.

Reasons for Publishing

According to a study, more than 200 million surgeries are performed worldwide each year. However, recent reports reveal that adverse event rates for surgical conditions remain unacceptably high, despite multiple global patient safety initiatives over the past decade. Therefore, it is a recognized fact that there is the need for more rigorous evaluation of surgical research.

Archives of Surgery and Clinical Research acts as an addendum publishing valuable events and results of ongoing surgical interventions. The manuscripts published in Archives of Surgery and Clinical Research focuses on the need for proper application of ethical principles and oversight to surgical research.