UEG Journal April Issue
The new issue features high-level clinically relevant articles. Access is free of charge for a limited launch period.
- Endoscopic and angiographic management of lower gastrointestinal bleeding: Review of the published literature
- Gastrointestinal endoscopy under sedation is associated with pneumonia in older inpatients—results of a retrospective case-control study
- Benzodiazepines and risk for hepatic encephalopathy in patients with cirrhosis and ascites
- Efficacy of vedolizumab for induction of clinical response and remission in patients with moderate to severe inflammatory bowel disease who failed at least two TNF antagonists
About UEG Journal
The journal focuses on providing coverage of both translational as well as clinical studies from all fields of gastroenterology and is edited by Chief Editor Professor Jan Tack.
The UEG Journal continues to go from strength to strength with another impressive increase in impact factor, hitting 3.673 and a position of 21 out of 79 titles in the gastroenterology and hepatology category of the Journal Citation Reports®. To hold a position in the top 25% of the category within such a short space of time is a truly outstanding achievement for this young journal. This latest ranking indicates that the UEG Journal has already established itself as an authoritative, high quality and trusted journal in the field.