About the Journal

The "Archives of Critical Care Medicine"  (ACCM) is an internationally recognized, scientific, peer-reviewed journal that plays a crucial role in the dissemination of knowledge in the field of critical care medicine. The journal focuses on publishing research in the fields of Critical Care and Intensive Care Medicine. This includes the care of critically ill patients following extensive damage, surgery, or life-threatening diseases. Additionally, the "Archives of Critical Care Medicine" journal welcomes submissions from the fields of Emergency Medicine and related disciplines, from researchers worldwide.

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Journal Info

Chairperson: Prof. Hamidreza Jamaati

Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Majid Motaghinejad

Deputy Editor: Dr. Vida Mortezaee

Executive Manager/Section Editor: Dr. Vida Mortezaee

Assistant manager: Mrs. Zahra Peirove

Publisher: Shahid Behesthi Unversity of Medical Sciences

Publication Country: Iran

Publication Start Year: 2023

Frequency: Continuous

Distribution: International

Online ISSN: 2423-4443

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