Fracture research from India between 1989 to 2022: A scientometric study Ft. Prof Raju Vaishya
We all are aware that fractures are considered a public health concern as they impose significant healthcare impact and health burden on an individual level, the public medical system and the whole society. They also increase mortality and disability and they are rapidly increasing in India in recent years, but till date no bibliometric study has been performed on this subject.
In today’s video, to talk to us in detail about the study we have lead author of the article, Dr. (Prof) Raju Vaishya who is a renowned Orthopedics and joint replacement surgeon having an experience of more than 35 years.
He is currently a Senior Consultant at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi. His interest lies in Knee & Hip Surgery (Total Joint Replacement & Arthroscopic Surgery), Regenerative therapy in orthopedics, Arthroscopic shoulder surgery, Arthritis & Osteoporosis, and research & publications.
Vaishya, R.; Gupta, B.M.; Kappi, M.; Vaish, A. (2023). Fracture research from India between 1989 to 2022: A scientometric study. Iberoamerican Journal of Science Measurement and Communication; 3(1). DOI: 10.47909/ijsmc.35.
B.Sc Life Sciences, M.Sc Biotechnology, B.Ed