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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 4756-4768

Research Output Of Indian Scholars On Anemia: A Bibliometric Analysis

Kirti Singh, Ashok Kumar Upadhyay, Shiv Singh.


The study highlighted the research growth and characteristics of anemia by Indian Scholars. Over 2,748 articles for the period of 1991-2020wereretrievedfrom Pub Med database. Some important findings are that researchers preferred “Indian journal of Pediatrics” for their publication, but Annals of Hematology has highest impact factor= 2.904 as per JCR 2019 and contributed only 22 articles. Sharma, S has contributed throughout the period of study and produced 79 publications which were highest. Study revealed that maximum no. of papers 1,123 published during 2016 to 2020, it observed continuous growth in publication with the average citation of per documents is 9.499. The multi authors are dominated they were 10,413 while Single author only contributed 84 articles, which shows that the team research work is high. The Percentage of Author per document is 3.82 and the publication per year is 88.55. The distribution of citation counts per publication values are the max 1618, mean 9.5, standard error of the mean (SEM)0.67, and median (MED) 4.

Key words: Bibliometrics, Anemia, PubMed, Scientific visualization, Indian Scholars, low hemoglobin

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