Anaesthesiology and Rescue Medicine

About

Anestezjologia i Ratownictwo Anaesthesiology and Rescue Medicine is a peer-reviewed journal publishing original papers on all aspects of general and regional anesthesia, intensive care, emergency medicine, resuscitation and pain therapy, as well as medical technologies and their applications. At the same time, although the topics covered by the journal focus mainly on clinical topics, it is also open to research in the field of experimental and basic research related to anesthesiology and intensive therapy, provided that the authors demonstrate their relevance to clinical medicine. Anestezjologia i Ratownictwo also publishes review papers commissioned by the scientific council from recognized experts in a given field. The editors also accept other articles if they are of outstanding scientific and didactic level. The journal also publishes current recommendations and guidelines developed by scientific societies and their departments on anesthesiology and intensive care, pain medicine and resuscitation. Articles are published in Polish and English.

The journal is registered in the databases of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (List B – 8 points), Index Copernicus (86.86 points), Polish Medical Bibliography and EBSCO.

Anestezjologia i Ratownictwo has been published since 2007 and is published under the prestigious patronage of the European Council and Section of Anaesthesiology (EBA) of the European Union of Medical Professionals (UEMS)..

Editor-in-chief and editors

Current issue
  • What is the knowledge of anaesthesiology and intensive therapy residents concerning resuscitation of adults and children?
    Małgorzata Grześkowiak, Joanna Chojnacka, Jarosław Bartkowski, Katarzyna Pruska, Jakub Wakuluk, Adam Pytliński

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  • Ten-year Analysis of treatment with hyperbaric oxygen patients suff ering from acute carbon monoxide poisoning in KMHIRM UCMMIT Gdynia
    Piotr Góralczyk, Jacek Kot, Edward Lizak, Ewa Lenkiewicz

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  • Analysis of the nutritional status of patients requireing increasing nursing care – preliminary results
    Katarzyna Kwiecień-Jaguś, Joanna Kutyłowska, Piotr Jarzynkowski

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  • Delayed return of neuromuscular conduction as an adverse eff ect of myorelaxants combination – a case report
    Andrzej Litwin, Paweł Radkowski

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  • Testing the level of D-dimer and its diagnostic value in the practice of the Hospital Emergency Department
    Karol Malec, Aleksandra Załustowicz

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  • New therapeutic options in treating infections in ICU hospitalized patients – when and why
    Jarosław Woroń, Beata Kowalska-Krochmal, Tomasz Drygalski, Joanna Zorska, Jerzy Wordliczek, Jolanta Kędzierska, Urszula Pradel

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  • Muscle relaxants in anaesthesiology, intensive care and emergency medicine, including recent reports about patients with COVID-19 infection
    Paweł Radkowski, Agnieszka Barańska, Marcin Mieszkowski, Justyna Dawidowska-Fidrych

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  • Traumatic spinal cord injury – pathophysiology and treatment – part I
    Miłosz Miedziaszczyk, Aleksander Bajon, Jacek Beutler, Michał Siwek, Zofia Stanisz, Izabella Stawicka, Kacper Wojtala, Roman Jankowski

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