Nephrology and Kidney Failure - Sci Forschen

Aims and Scope

Nephrology is the study of the kidney. The function, and diseases concerning the kidney are the core subjects that are covered in this journal, although articles from sub related fields, and topics that relate closely to the kidney are also accepted. The journal of Nephrology and Kidney Failure offers articles submitted by medical professionals, research experts, and highly qualified experts in this domain. To further ensure that these articles are without any error and all the facts quoted in them are verifiable, SCI FORSCHEN uses the peer review model of quality control. According to this model, experts from the domain in which a certain article is written are invited to take a look at the article and report their critique of it. SCI FORSCHEN involves experts in the field of Nephrology and Kidney Failure to make sure that out peer review team for the international journal of Nephrology and Kidney Failure offers the best results to all our authors. Several dozen experts from all over the world are a part of this team, and will lend credibility to your work through their efforts.

Once the article that is submitted by you has been cleared for publication by our peer reviewers as well as the editorial board, we make sure that it can be accessed by anyone at any time. We make the paper searchable and index it in leading medical journal repositories all over the world. We make sure that your work finds an attentive and global audience that appreciates the work you have put in to make the article, and that whenever any fellow scholars uses your work for his own research, then you are given due credit. We encourage our authors to protect their hard work through an open access Creative Commons Attributes license, so that your efforts are always acknowledged.

This is an open access (OA) journal, which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) definition of "open access."

Subjects covered by The International Journal of Nephrology and Kidney Failure are:

• Hemodialysis

• Peritoneal Dialysis

• Renal Transplantation

• Pediatric Nephrology

• Basic Nephrology

• Clinical Nephrology

• Dialysis and Transplantation

• Histopathology

• Renal Anatomy

• Renal Physiology

• Body Fluid Volume Composition

• Epidemiology of Kidney Disease

• Interventional Nephrology

• Diagnostic Kidney Imaging

• Risk Factors and Kidney Disease

• Nephron Endowment

• Gender and Kidney Disease

• Aging and Kidney Disease

• AKI – Pathogenesis / Diagnosis / Therapy

• Glomerular Disease

• Micro and Macro Vascular Diseases of the Kidney

• Tubulo Interstitial Diseases

• Uti / Pyelo Nephritis / Reflux Nephropathy

• Urinary Tract Obstruction

• Obstructive Nephropathy

• Diabetic Nephropathy

• Nephrolithiasis

• Renal Neoplasia

• Kidney Disease in Tropics

• Pregnancy and Kidney Diseases

• Inherited Disorders of Podocyte Function

• Inherited Disorders of the Renal Tubule

• Cystic Diseases of the Kidney

• Developmental Nephrology

• Ischemic Nephropathy

• Renovascular Hypertension

• Antihypertensive Drugs

• Pathophysiology of Uremia

• Endocrine Aspects of Kidney Disease

• Transplantation Immunobiology

• Intensive Care Nephrology

• Stem Cells in Renal Biology

• Erythropoietin Therapy