British Journal of Surgery

The BJS (British Journal of Surgery) is a monthly peer reviewed publication targeting general surgeons and the associated sub specialities. At 3.722 it has the highest impact factor of any surgical journal published in the UK. It has been published since 1913 and is currently published by John Wiley & Sons.

Publisher
Wiley
Impact factor
4.444 (2010)

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Surgery

Surgeon performance benefits from 'warm-up'

Surgeons progressively 'warm-up' as they repeat a procedure on their operating list, akin to the way athletes' performance improves across a competition—according to new research.

Surgery

Could a low-risk surgery help your chronic heartburn?

(HealthDay)—A minimally invasive surgery to treat chronic heartburn is safer than generally believed, and could be a desirable alternative to long-term use of acid reflux medications, new research indicates.

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