German Medical Journal
German Medical Journal - Featuring the Best of Medicine
The Journal of Medicine for the Worldwide MED Community
Quite a few years have passed since the German Medical Journal was launched. Initially in printed form, we brought it into being with the aim to create an internationally relevant trade journal that comes from Germany. A high-quality medium, which was designed to represent Germany as a country of first-rate medicine and provide an adequate frame for international publications of university hospitals and their specialists in all medical disciplines.
At first, we introduced the Arabic version. From the very beginning, we attached great importance to addressing our Arabic-speaking readers in their native language, as a token of our respect for a great culture.
Following the introductory period, we gradually digitalised the German Medical Journal, since the Internet had been developed for scientific publications and therefore constitutes the ideal communication channel to be used for our journal.
German Medical Journal is also available in Russian-English.
The English version meets with great interest throughout the world on all continents and in the most remote regions. The German Medical Journal thus also provides a valuable contribution to the global transfer of knowledge.
Readership German Medical Journal Arabic-English 2015: 336.000 readers
Readership German Medical Journal Russian-English 2015: 265.000 readers
Current Issue: German Medical Journal No. 19 Russian-English
The editorial article of the German Medical Journal No. 19 comes from the Department of Orthopedics and Tumor Orthopedics, University Hospital Muenster. The title of the article is “Reconstruction of Large Bone Defects of the Limbs Using Megaendoprostheses in Children and Adults”, and was written by Wiebke K. Guder, Ass.Prof. Dr. Arne Streitbürger, Prof. Dr. Jendrik Hardes, Dr. Markus Nottrott and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Georg Gosheger. German Medical Journal No. 19, page 10 – 21
The following article (page 22ff) in the German Medical Journal of Dr. Dr. Ulrich Nitsche, Ass.Prof. Dr. Dirk Wilhelm, Prof. Dr. Hubertus Feußner and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Helmut Friess, Department of Surgery, Klinikum rechts der Isar, Technische Universität München, is about “Combined Laparoscopic-Endoscopic Colorectal Resections”. German Medical Journal No. 19, page 22 – 31
The third article of the German Medical Journal treats a subject of the Orthopedic Surgery. The title of the article written by Dr. Christian Ries, Dr. Kilian Wegmann, Dr. Michael Hackl, Tim Leschinger and Univ.-Prof. Dr. Lars Peter Müller, Department of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Cologne, is “Total Elbow Arthroplasty – Indication and Therapeutic Approach“. German Medical Journal No. 19, page 32 – 41
The next article of the German Medical Journal, page 42ff, is entitled “Spectrum of Practical Application of Indocyanine Green Fluorescence Angiography in General and Thoracic Surgery” and was written by Dr. Ioannis Karampinis, Dr. Andreas Lutz H. Gerken, Prof. Dr. Peter Kienle and Prof. Dr. Kai Nowak, Department of Surgery, Mannheim University Medical Center, University of Heidelberg. German Medical Journal No. 19, page 42 – 51
The 5th article of the German Medical Journal from Dr. Hani Eltair and Prof. Dr. Andreas Imhoff, Department of Sportorthopaedics, Klinikum rechts der Isar, Technische Universität München, is about “Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and Cartilage Damage - Current Therapy Concepts“. German Medical Journal No. 19, page 52 – 63
The following article of the German Medical Journal No. 19 “Quantification of the Prognostic Impact of Lymphovascular Space Involvement (LVSI) in Early Stage Cervical Cancer: a Review of Literature” comes from the medical field of Gynecology and was written by Ass.Prof. Dr. Daniel Herr, Dr. Ralf Joukhadar, Dr. Olivia Chow and Prof. Dr. Achim Woeckel, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Wuerzburg University Medical Center. German Medical Journal No. 19, page 64 - 69
The last article of the German Medical Journal is entitled “A New Device for Long-Term Recording of Wheezing and Cough in Patients with Asthma and Other Respiratory Diseases” and was written by Prof. Dr. Ulrich Koehler, Dipl. inform. med. Olaf Hildebrandt (Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Pneumology, Intensive Care and Sleep Medicine, University Hospital Marburg), Dr. Sebastian Kerzel (Department of Pediatric Pneumology and Allergy, University Children’s Hospital, Regensburg), Christof Urban (Alpenklinik Santa Maria, Oberjoch), Prof. Dr. rer. physiol. Keywan Sohrabi, Prof. Dr. rer. physiol. Volker Gross (University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Health Sciences, Giessen) and Dr. phil. nat. Andreas Weissflog (Thora Tech GmbH, Giessen). German Medical Journal No. 19, page 70 – 77