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PLoS One ; 17(8): e0272695, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35944050

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OBJECTIVE: The use of phrases such as "data/results not shown" is deemed an obscure way to represent scientific findings. Our aim was to investigate how frequently papers published in dental journals use the phrases and what kind of results the authors referred to with these phrases in 2021. METHODS: We searched the Europe PubMed Central (PMC) database for open-access articles available from studies published in PubMed-indexed dental journals until December 31st, 2021. We searched for "data/results not shown" phrases from the full texts and then calculated the proportion of articles with the phrases in all the available articles. From studies published in 2021, we evaluated whether the phrases referred to confirmatory results, negative results, peripheral results, sensitivity analysis results, future results, or other/unclear results. Journal- and publisher-related differences in publishing studies with the phrases in 2021 were tested with Fisher's exact test using the R v4.1.1 software. RESULTS: The percentage of studies with the relevant phrases from the total number of studies in the database decreased from 13% to 3% between 2010 and 2020. In 2021, out of 2,434 studies published in 73 different journals by eight publishers, 67 (2.8%) used the phrases. Potential journal- and publisher-related differences in publishing studies with the phrases were detected in 2021 (p = 0.001 and p = 0.005, respectively). Most commonly, the phrases referred to negative (n = 16, 24%), peripheral (n = 22, 33%) or confirmatory (n = 11, 16%) results. The significance of unpublished results to which the phrases referred considerably varied across studies. CONCLUSION: Over the last decade, there has been a marked decrease in the use of the phrases "data/results not shown" in dental journals. However, the phrases were still notably in use in dental studies in 2021, despite the good availability of accessible free online supplements and repositories.


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Bibliometrics , Publishing , Dental Research , Europe , Journal Impact Factor
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J Contemp Dent Pract ; 23(4): 447-452, 2022 Apr 01.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35945840

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AIM: To perform a 10-year scientometric analysis of the characteristics of the worldwide publication on the toxic effects of fluoride. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A bibliometric study of the worldwide scientific production on the toxic effects of fluoride during the years 2011-2020 was performed. All metadata from the Scopus database were evaluated. These were then exported to SciVal (Elsevier) for analysis of quantity, collaboration, and impact indicators. RESULTS: We found that the "Biological Trace Element Research" was the most productive journal with 22 published manuscripts and that the most productive universities on the systemic toxic effects of fluoride on the body were Shanxi Agricultural University, Guizhou Medical University, and Huazhong University of Science and Technology with 31, 11, and 10 manuscripts, respectively. In addition, it was found that most of the world scientific production on the toxic effects of fluoride was published in Q1 level journals (top 25%). CONCLUSION: Finally, it was concluded that most of the total production on this topic was published in high-impact Q1 journals, with China being the leading country in terms of number and impact of publications. Finally, there was evidence of collaboration between the United States, China, and India, being the countries that led in co-authorship by country. CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE: This research is of clinical importance as it allows the identification of the most productive institutions, authors, and countries in this field. In this way, strategic alliances can be established to enhance the development of research.


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Biomedical Research , Fluorides , Bibliometrics , Databases, Factual , Fluorides/toxicity , Humans , India
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Front Immunol ; 13: 939433, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35935932

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Background: Autoimmune diseases (AIDs) are a class of chronic disabling diseases characterized by inflammation and damage to muscles, joints, bones, and internal organs. Recent studies have shown that much progress has been made in the research of exosomes in AIDs. However, there is no bibliometric analysis in this research field. This study aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the knowledge structure and research hotspots of exosomes in AIDs through bibliometrics. Method: Publications related to exosomes in AIDs from 2002 to 2021 were searched on the web of science core collection (WoSCC) database. VOSviewers, CiteSpace and R package "bibliometrix" were used to conduct this bibliometric analysis. Results: 312 articles from 48 countries led by China and the United States were included. The number of publications related to exosomes in AIDs is increasing year by year. Central South University, Sun Yat Sen University, Tianjin Medical University and University of Pennsylvania are the main research institutions. Frontiers in immunology is the most popular journal in this field, and Journal of Immunology is the most co-cited journal. These publications come from 473 authors among which Ilias Alevizos, Qianjin Lu, Wei Wei, Jim Xiang and Ming Zhao had published the most papers and Clotilde Théry was co-cited most often. Studying the mechanism of endogenous exosomes in the occurrence and development of AIDs and the therapeutic strategy of exogenous exosomes in AIDs are the main topics in this research field. "Mesenchymal stem cells", "microRNA", "biomarkers", "immunomodulation", and "therapy" are the primary keywords of emerging research hotspots. Conclusion: This is the first bibliometric study that comprehensively summarizes the research trends and developments of exosomes in AIDs. This information identifies recent research frontiers and hot directions, which will provide a reference for scholars studying exosomes.


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Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome , Autoimmune Diseases , Exosomes , Bibliometrics , Humans , Publications , United States
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Front Immunol ; 13: 931783, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35935954

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Background: IL-37 is a recently identified cytokine with potent immunosuppressive functions. The research fronts of IL-37 are worth investigating, and there is no bibliometric analysis in this field. The purpose of this study is to construct the intellectual base and predict research hotspots of IL-37 research both quantitatively and qualitatively according to bibliometric analysis. Methods: The articles were downloaded from the Web of Science Core Collection (WoSCC) database from the inception of the database to 1 April 2022. CiteSpace 5.8.R3 (64-bit, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA) and Online Analysis Platform of Literature Metrology (https://bibliometric.com/) were used to perform bibliometric and knowledge-map analyses. Results: A total of 534 papers were included in 200 academic journals by 2,783 authors in 279 institutions from 50 countries/regions. The journal Cytokine published the most papers on IL-37, while Nature Immunology was the most co-cited journal. The publications belonged mainly to two categories of Immunology and Cell Biology. USA and China were the most productive countries. Meanwhile, the University of Colorado Denver in USA produced the highest number of publications followed by Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands and Monash University in Australia. Charles A. Dinarello published the most papers, while Marcel F. Nold had the most co-citations. Top 10 co-citations on reviews, mechanisms, and diseases were regarded as the knowledge base. The keyword co-occurrence and co-citations of references revealed that the mechanisms and immune-related disorders were the main aspects of IL-37 research. Notably, the involvement of IL-37 in various disorders and the additional immunomodulatory mechanisms were two emerging hotspots in IL-37 research. Conclusions: The research on IL-37 was thoroughly reviewed using bibliometrics and knowledge-map analyses. The present study is a benefit for academics to master the dynamic evolution of IL-37 and point out the direction for future research.


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Bibliometrics , Internet , Cytokines , Forecasting , Humans , Netherlands
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Arch Iran Med ; 25(4): 224-234, 2022 Apr 01.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35942994

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BACKGROUND: Detecting the main actors and important topics of Iranian cancer research is essential for Iranian policymakers, clinicians, and researchers. This study was conducted to demonstrate the trends and tops in Iranian cancer research from 1960 to 2018. METHODS: A total of 22,370 Iranian cancer articles in Web of Science (WoS), PubMed, and Scopus, from 1960 through 2018, were extracted and preprocessed based on data mining techniques and analyzed using the collaboration network analysis, keywords analysis, and bibliometrics methods. RESULTS: The results reveal that, Tehran University of Medical Sciences (11.46%) among organizations, Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention (5%) among journals, Malekzadeh R (1.09%) among authors, and Breast cancer (10.37%) among topics ranked the first. The trend of Iranian cancer research represents three periods: 1) germinating period, from 1970 to 2000, 2) developing period, from 2002 to 2014, and 3) flourishing period, from 2014 to 2018. It is expected that this trend will continue. The results indicate an average 12.8% increase in the logarithm of the count of articles published by Iranian cancer researchers each year. The findings are contextualized with Price's publications trends principal for determining global and Iranian cancer research publication trends. CONCLUSION: The number of research papers published by Iranian researchers on cancer is increasing. In order to maintain the publication growth in this field, greater participation by other Iranian institutions is suggested. Although the quantity and quality of papers are increasing in some topics, certain topics and types of cancers should be still further studied and the Iranian policymakers should be encouraged to invest more in these topics.


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Biomedical Research , Neoplasms , Bibliometrics , Humans , Iran
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Comput Inform Nurs ; 40(8): 531-537, 2022 Aug 01.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35929744

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The Omaha System is a popular and standard term used in community health. This scoping review aimed to update the research types and identify new usage trends for the Omaha System through articles published between 2012 and 2019. The bibliography databases PubMed, CINAHL, Scopus, PsycInfo, Ovid, and ICHUSHI and the Omaha System's Web site were used to search for publications. Research articles published between 2012 and 2019 that included "Omaha System" in the title or abstract and were written in English or Japanese were included in this review. After excluding duplicate articles, 305 articles were screened and 82 were included in our analysis. There was a median of 10.3 articles per year. The percentages for each type of use of the Omaha System to "analyze client problem," "analyze clinical process," "analyze client outcomes," and "advanced classification research" were 18.3%, 12.2%, 23.2%, and 4.9%, respectively. The reclassification of the type "others" (41.5%) included "use the Omaha System data for assessment for other than clients," "use the Omaha System data as structured data," "encode by the Omaha System code," "adopt the OS framework," "clinical information system," and "literature review." This newly reclassified category will help capture future research trends using the Omaha System.


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Bibliometrics , Vocabulary, Controlled , Humans , Public Health , Surveys and Questionnaires
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Front Public Health ; 10: 949366, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35928480

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Background: As a research hotspot, deep learning has been continuously combined with various research fields in medicine. Recently, there is a growing amount of deep learning-based researches in orthopedics. This bibliometric analysis aimed to identify the hotspots of deep learning applications in orthopedics in recent years and infer future research trends. Methods: We screened global publication on deep learning applications in orthopedics by accessing the Web of Science Core Collection. The articles and reviews were collected without language and time restrictions. Citespace was applied to conduct the bibliometric analysis of the publications. Results: A total of 822 articles and reviews were finally retrieved. The analysis showed that the application of deep learning in orthopedics has great prospects for development based on the annual publications. The most prolific country is the USA, followed by China. University of California San Francisco, and Skeletal Radiology are the most prolific institution and journal, respectively. LeCun Y is the most frequently cited author, and Nature has the highest impact factor in the cited journals. The current hot keywords are convolutional neural network, classification, segmentation, diagnosis, image, fracture, and osteoarthritis. The burst keywords are risk factor, identification, localization, and surgery. The timeline viewer showed two recent research directions for bone tumors and osteoporosis. Conclusion: Publications on deep learning applications in orthopedics have increased in recent years, with the USA being the most prolific. The current research mainly focused on classifying, diagnosing and risk predicting in osteoarthritis and fractures from medical images. Future research directions may put emphasis on reducing intraoperative risk, predicting the occurrence of postoperative complications, screening for osteoporosis, and identification and classification of bone tumors from conventional imaging.


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Deep Learning , Orthopedics , Osteoarthritis , Osteoporosis , Bibliometrics , Humans
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Front Endocrinol (Lausanne) ; 13: 922070, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35937845

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Background: Osteoblasts-Osteoclasts has been a major area in bone disease research for a long time. However, there are few systematic studies in this field using bibliometric analysis. We aimed to perform a bibliometric analysis and visualization study to determine hotspots and trends of osteoblasts-osteoclasts in bone diseases, identify collaboration and influence among authors, countries, institutions, and journals, and assess the knowledge base to develop basic and clinical research in the future. Methods: We collected articles and reviews for osteoblasts-osteoclasts in bone diseases from the Web of Science Core Collection. In addition, we utilized scientometrics software (CiteSpace5.8 and VOSviewer1.6.18) for visual analysis of countries/regions, institutions, authors, references, and keywords in the field. Results: In total, 16,832 authors from 579 institutions in 73 countries/regions have published 3,490 papers in 928 academic journals. The literature in this field is rapidly increasing, with Bone publishing the most articles, whereas Journal of Bone and Mineral Research had the most co-cited journals. These two journals mainly focused on molecular biology and the clinical medicine domain. The countries with the highest number of publications were the US and China, and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences was the most active institution. Regarding authors, Stavros C. Manolagas published the most articles, and Hiroshi Takayanagi had the most co-cited papers. Research in this field mainly includes molecular expression and regulatory mechanisms, differentiation, osteoprotection, inflammation, and tumors. The latest research hotspots are oxidative stress, mutation, osteocyte formation and absorption, bone metabolism, tumor therapy, and in-depth mechanisms. Conclusion: We identified the research hotspots and development process of osteoblasts-osteoclasts in bone disease using bibliometric and visual methods. Osteoblasts-osteoclasts have attracted increasing attention in bone disease. This study will provide a valuable reference for researchers concerned with osteoblasts-osteoclasts in bone diseases.


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Bone Diseases , Osteoclasts , Bibliometrics , Humans , Osteoblasts , Publications
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Health Res Policy Syst ; 20(1): 87, 2022 Aug 09.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35945534

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BACKGROUND: To develop an open-access database of Arabic health measures intended for use by researchers and healthcare providers, along with a bibliometric analysis of the measures included in the database. METHODS: A search was conducted up to 31 December 2021 in PubMed, Embase, CINAHL, SAGE, Springer and Elsevier for published articles or abstracts with keywords "Arabic" AND "translation", "adaptation" OR "validation". Information on the measure and the methodology used in the study was then entered into a database. An open-access platform was developed to allow users to search for measures according to their needs. A bibliometric analysis of the articles and measures was then conducted. RESULTS: A total of 894 publications met the inclusion criteria. The articles discussed 716 measures that were developed using participants from at least 38 countries. The number of measures for adults was five times that for children. Mental health was the most frequent construct assessed (11.5%), followed by "function/disability" measures (10.6%). The majority of measures (54%) required 5 minutes or less to complete. Approximately 17% of the tools were available directly from the article. Saudi Arabia and Lebanon had the greatest number of publications, with 217 (23%) and 114 (12%), respectively. The majority of the publications included reporting of the validation and reliability of the instruments (64% and 56%, respectively). CONCLUSIONS: There is a paucity of research on the quantity and quality of Arabic health measures. Similar to previous reviews, we found the number of publications on Arabic measures to be limited in comparison to those in English; however, it is encouraging that the number of publications appears to have increased steadily over the past decade. While we found the majority of publications reported on psychometric testing, we are unable to comment on the quality of the methodology used, and further investigation into this area is recommended. As the Arabic Health Measures database will facilitate the search for health instruments that have published data on their development, this will increase their visibility and use in research and clinical settings.


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Bibliometrics , Health Personnel , Adult , Child , Humans , Psychometrics , Reproducibility of Results , Surveys and Questionnaires
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Medicine (Baltimore) ; 101(31): e29931, 2022 Aug 05.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35945720

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BACKGROUND: The diagnosis and treatment rate of Parkinson disease (PD) with depression has a low diagnostic rate, and there is no consensus on the choice of treatment mode. This study evaluates the global research trends of scientific outputs related to depression in PD from multiple perspectives, using a bibliometric analysis and visualization tool to scientifically analyze the knowledge from the literature. METHODS: Literature related to depression in PD published from 2012 to 2021 was included and selected from the Web of Science Core Collection database in October 2021. CiteSpace software was used to visualize and analyze co-occurrence analyses for countries, institutions, authors, and keywords. RESULTS: A total of 4533 articles from the Web of Science database were included. The United States made the largest contribution with the majority of publications (1215; 29.40%). Toronto University was the most productive institution. PD, depression, quality of life, dementia, nonmotor symptom, prevalence, anxiety, Alzheimer disease, symptom, and disorder would be significantly correlated with depression in PD. The current hot spots in this field focus on the following: risk factors for depression in PD, assessment scale of depression in PD, and rehabilitation of depression in PD. CONCLUSIONS: This analysis not only reveals the current research trends and hotspots but also provides some instructive suggestions on the development of depression in PD.


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Parkinson Disease , Bibliometrics , Depression/epidemiology , Depression/etiology , Humans , Parkinson Disease/complications , Parkinson Disease/epidemiology , Parkinson Disease/therapy , Publications , Quality of Life , United States
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Medicine (Baltimore) ; 101(31): e29939, 2022 Aug 05.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35945728

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BACKGROUND: At present, researchers have obtained fruitful results in the study of nutcracker syndrome (NCS), but there is still a lack of systematic research on the overall status of this disease. This article aims to describe the past and current status of research into NCS, and predict future research trends and popular research topics. METHODS: Using bibliometric and visualization methods, 552 articles related to NCS collected from the Scopus database from 1974 to 2021 were analyzed from multiple perspectives. RESULTS: Overall, the amount of literature related to NCS is on the rise every year, and the number of citations is the turning point in 2006. The United States has the largest number of publications and has the most extensive cooperation with other countries. The main contents of the co-authored study focused on the symptoms, surgical procedures, and concomitant diseases of NCS. Keywords such as peak velocity, ultrasonography, orthostatic proteinuria, etc appeared earlier, whereas diagnosis, chronic pelvic pain, endovascular stents, etc appeared later. CONCLUSIONS: The literature utilization rate of NCS is relatively insufficient. The pathogenesis and pathological mechanisms need to be further studied, and the diagnostic criteria and surgical methods will continue to be favored by clinicians.


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Bibliometrics , Renal Nutcracker Syndrome , Humans , Pelvic Pain , Stents , Ultrasonography
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Medicine (Baltimore) ; 101(31): e29454, 2022 Aug 05.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35945763

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PURPOSE: Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) has been used in clinical practice for over 50 years. This study aims to investigate the current state of research in the field of ERCP. METHODS: Web of Science database was searched using the term "ERCP" for articles published between 1994 and 2018. The total number of articles from the top 20 countries with the most published articles was determined. The top 5 countries were compared in terms of output per capita, number of articles published in top journals, cumulative impact factor (IF), and average IF. All annual data were subjected to time-trend analysis. The frequently used terms in the titles and abstracts of all articles were retrieved to conduct co-occurrence analysis to determine the research focus of ERCP. RESULTS: A total of 9960 articles on ERCP were published between 1994 and 2018, of which 8778 articles were from the top 20 producing countries. There was a significant positive correlation between the output and GDP of each country (R = 0.870, P = .001). The United States of America (USA), Japan, Germany, Italy, and China were the top 5 producing countries with 3190 (32.0%), 868 (8.7%), 658 (6.6%), 512 (5.1%) and 488 (4.9%) articles published, respectively. The USA, Japan, Italy, and China were trending upwards in the total outputs and outputs per capita, while Germany were trending downwards. For average IF, Germany had a downwards trend, while the other 4 countries remained stable. Overall, the USA had the highest output per capita (97.5/10 million) and the highest average IF (6.454). China had the lowest output per capita (3.5/10 million) and average IF (3.125). The ERCP procedures for sphincter of Oddi dysfunction, the combination of ERCP, and laparoscopic cholecystectomy have been the research focus of ERCP. CONCLUSIONS: Except for Germany, research on ERCP will continue to increase in the top-producing countries. The outputs per capita and quality of articles from developed countries are higher than those from developing countries.


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Biomedical Research , Cholangiopancreatography, Endoscopic Retrograde , Bibliometrics , Germany , Humans , Publications , United States
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Medicine (Baltimore) ; 101(31): e29455, 2022 Aug 05.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35945764

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PURPOSE: This study aims to facilitate researchers' and clinicians' understanding of research frontiers and trends in nocturia. It explores the scientific research outcomes and key bibliometric indices and plots global research on nocturia. METHODS: A bibliometric retrospective study was designed, and an online search was conducted in the Web of Science Core Collection database using the potential search keywords related to nocturia in the title field with some specific filtration. HistCite™ and VOSviewer software for windows were used to analyze the data obtained for authors, journals, countries, institutions, keywords, and visualization mapping. RESULTS: The initial search retrieved 1479 hits. A total of 1445 publications were included in the final analysis. Of these, 43.53% were published as articles. The most studied area in nocturia is urology nephrology. The most productive year was 2019 (n = 121, citations = 335), and the most prolific author, both in terms of publications (n = 97) and citations (1658) was Weiss JP. The most cited journal in nocturia research was the Journal of Urology (n = 293, citations = 3050). The most widely used keyword in nocturia publications was nocturia (n = 1249). Visualization mapping shows that the USA was the most influential and highly cited country in nocturia research. CONCLUSION: This study showed that there has been an increasing research trend in nocturia over the past few years. The current findings provide important empirical evidence for researchers, clinicians, and physicians to understand research frontiers and trends, achievements, collaborative networks, and hotspot research topics in the research field of nocturia.


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Nocturia , Bibliometrics , Efficiency , Humans , Publications , Retrospective Studies
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Medicine (Baltimore) ; 101(31): e29398, 2022 Aug 05.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35945796

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BACKGROUND: Sacubitril/valsartan has been approved for the treatment of heart failure (HF) patients with reduced ejection fraction; since then, it gradually became a new star drug in the therapy of HF. Nevertheless, the effectiveness of sacubitril/valsartan remains under investigation. Thus far, only a few bibliometric studies have systematically analyzed the application of sacubitril/valsartan. METHODS: Publications on sacubitril/valsartan were retrieved from the Web of Science Core Collection on April 29, 2021. Data were analyzed using Microsoft Excel 2019 (Redmond, WA), VOS viewer (Redmond, WA), and Cite Space V (Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA). RESULTS: A total of 1309 publications on sacubitril/valsartan published from 1995 to 2021 were retrieved. The number of publications regarding sacubitril/valsartan increased sharply in the last 6 years (2015-2021), and American scholars authored >40% of those publications. Most were published in the European Journal of Heart Failure, the United States was the bellwether with a solid academic reputation in this area. Solomon published the highest number of related articles and was the most frequently cited author. "Heart failure" was the leading research hotspot. The keywords, "inflammation," "fibrosis," and "oxidative stress" appeared most recently as research fronts. CONCLUSIONS: Research attention should be focused on clinical trial outcomes. Considering its effectiveness in HF, the mechanisms and further applications of sacubitril/valsartan may become research hotspots in the future and should be closely examined.


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Heart Failure , Tetrazoles , Aminobutyrates/therapeutic use , Angiotensin Receptor Antagonists/therapeutic use , Bibliometrics , Biphenyl Compounds/therapeutic use , Drug Combinations , Heart Failure/drug therapy , Humans , Stroke Volume , Tetrazoles/therapeutic use , Treatment Outcome , United States , Valsartan/therapeutic use
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Front Public Health ; 10: 933555, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35923953

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Background: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has significantly impacted healthcare, especially the nursing field. This study aims to explore the current status and hot topics of nursing-related research on COVID-19 using bibliometric analysis. Methods: Between 2019 and 2022, publications regarding nursing and COVID-19 were retrieved from the Web of Science core collection. We conducted an advanced search using the following search query string: TS = ("Novel coronavirus 2019" or "Coronavirus disease 2019" or "COVID 19" or "2019-nCOV" or "SARS-CoV-2" or "coronavirus-2") and TS = ("nursing" or "nurse" or "nursing-care" or "midwife"). Bibliometric parameters were extracted, and Microsoft Excel 2010 and VOSviewer were utilized to identify the largest contributors, including prolific authors, institutions, countries, and journals. VOSviewer and CiteSpace were used to analyze the knowledge network, collaborative maps, hotspots, and trends in this field. Results: A total of 5,267 papers were published between 2020 and 2022. The findings are as follows: the USA, China, and the UK are the top three prolific countries; the University of Toronto, the Harvard Medical School, the Johns Hopkins University, and the Huazhong University of Science & Technology are the top four most productive institutions; Gravenstein, Stefan, and White, Elizabeth M. from Brown University (USA) are the most prolific authors; The International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health is the most productive journal; "COVID-19," "SARS-CoV-2," "nurse," "mental health," "nursing home," "nursing education," "telemedicine," "vaccine-related issues" are the central topics in the past 2 years. Conclusion: Nursing-related research on COVID-19 has gained considerable attention worldwide. In 2020, the major hot topics included "SARS-CoV-2," "knowledge," "information teaching," "mental health," "psychological problems," and "nursing home." In 2021 and 2022, researchers were also interested in topics such as "nursing students," "telemedicine," and "vaccine-related issues," which require further investigation.


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COVID-19 , Bibliometrics , COVID-19/epidemiology , Humans , Nursing Homes , Public Health , SARS-CoV-2
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Span J Psychol ; 25: e22, 2022 Aug 11.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35950797

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This study analyses the publications by Spanish institutions indexed by the Web of Science in the thematic category of "Psychology, Social". The objectives are to determine whether such publications address topics related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to what extent the research conducted contributes to achieving the goals proposed in each of the SDGs. Publications were classified by their relationship with the SDGs using OSDG tool, and an in-depth content analysis was performed to validate the results. A corpus of 1,632 papers published by Spanish institutions was identified. The results show that 34% percent of the papers address matters related to the SDGs; 23% of these are related to Goal 3 (good health and well-being), and 5%, to Goal 5 (gender equality). For achieving SDG 3 goals, the reviewed papers evidence the need that institutions, governments and society to provide, especially for children and adolescents, healthy social environments to prevent harmful social relationships while improving individual skills to manage emotions in everyday life and promoting cultural integration. Regarding SDG 5, it should be a priority the application of effective strategies to change stereotypes, assigned sexual roles and sexist attitudes that sustain inequality and violence against women.


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Psychology, Social , Sustainable Development , Adolescent , Bibliometrics , Child , Female , Goals , Health Status , Humans , Sexual Behavior
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Front Immunol ; 13: 950641, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35924251

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Objectives: The aim of this research is to discuss the research status, hotspots, frontiers and development trends in the field of adult-onset Still's disease (AOSD) based on bibliometrics and visual analysis by CiteSpace software. Methods: The relevant research articles on AOSD from 1921 to 2021 were retrieved from the Scopus database. CiteSpace software was used to form a visual knowledge map and conduct analysis for the countries/regions, journals, authors, keywords, clusters, research hotspots and frontiers of the included articles. Results: There were 2,373 articles included, and the number of articles published during 1921-2021 is increasing. The country with the highest number of articles published was Japan (355, 14.96%), followed by the United States (329, 13.86%) and France (215, 9.06%). The author with the highest number of publications is Ansell, Barbara M. (30, 1.26%), and the author with the highest co-citation frequency is Yamaguchi, Masaya (703). Clinical Rheumatology is the journal with the highest publication frequency. The top five cluster groups were "joint", "differential diagnosis", "prednisolone", "methotrexate" and "macrophage activation syndrome". The diagnosis, treatment and pathogenesis of AOSD form the main research fields, and prognosis and complications are the research hotspots and trends. Conclusions: The global research field in AOSD has expanded in the past 100 years. The complications and new pathogenesis of AOSD are hotspots in this field and need further study in the future.


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Macrophage Activation Syndrome , Still's Disease, Adult-Onset , Bibliometrics , Humans , Methotrexate/therapeutic use , Prognosis , Still's Disease, Adult-Onset/diagnosis , United States
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Front Public Health ; 10: 856257, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35910922

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Electronic cigarettes (E-cigarettes) use has increased rapidly in the past decades and has been widely studied by scholars worldwide, whereas the research topics and development trends in this field are still unclear. This study aimed to explore the landscape of research relating to e-cigarettes. The data outputted from the Web of Science Core Collection database was used for bibliometric analysis. Frequencies and percentages were used to describe the publications' characteristics. Visualizing maps were designed using VOSviewer 1.6.9 and CiteSpace 5.8 R2. Overall, a total of 7,979 records were identified in the database and the number of researches increased rapidly since 2010. All publications involved 19837 authors, with the top ten authors contributing to 8.71% (695) of all documents. The most productive country and institution were the United States of America and the University of California San Francisco, respectively. Nicotine & Tobacco Research was not only the journal with the most published papers but also the most co-cited journal. The main research domains in this field were the prevalence, awareness, reasons for using e-cigarettes; e-cigarettes use for tobacco harm reduction; exposure in the population; and the relationship between e-cigarettes and tobacco and nicotine. E-cigarettes researches have become a popular field for scholars. The hot topics on e-cigarette research were extensive and changed over the past decade.


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Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems , Bibliometrics , Databases, Factual , Nicotine , Publications , United States
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Indian J Ophthalmol ; 70(8): 3144-3145, 2022 Aug.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-35918993
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