The Internet Journal of Interventional Medicine (IJINT) is a Specialty Section of Internet Scientific Publications LLC in medicine that aims to become the one of the outstanding e-journals for the presentation and discussion of issues related to the field of interventional medicine, specifically clinical advances, basic science updates, and the impact of new biomedical engineering breakthrough on clinical research in the future of the field. The scope of topics to be considered for publication will include all aspects of endovascular and interventional medicine ( Neurology, Neuroradiology, Stroke medicine, Musculoskeletal disorders , Spine Procedures, critical medicine) with special focus on hot topics of medicine like treatment of ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke, stenting for stroke prevention, endovascular treatment for cerebral aneurysms, multidimensional managements of arteriovenous malformations of the brain and spine, spinal procedures (vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty), and the use of interventional procedures (e.g. Endovascular) in the management of oncology medicine .
In addition, and by virtue of its open access backbone, we highly consider manuscripts that deal with the future of interventional medicine practice. Consequently, we are welcoming the submission of theoretical hypotheses, based or not on empirical observations, with critical discussions of their potential impact on future developments of the specialty. Furthermore, hypothetical linkage between bench trials results and their clinical potential applications also are welcome submissions.
Our futuristic view is to make the journal acquire an outstanding place in the bullring of high ranked journals in the field with more indexing at many other highly ranked indexed systems. On the other hand, getting it to be endorsed by some international distinguished scientific societies that add more value and support to the journal. The Internet Journal of Interventional Medicine is the official online journal of The Society of Minimally Invasive Neurological Therapeutic Procedures SMINTP.