Clinical Management Issues

Articles from last Issue. Vol 11, No 2 (2017)


[Vehicle-ramming attacks: emergency health management]
Gaetano Dipietro


Gender-related differences in dietary habits
Roberta Masella, Walter Malorni

Case report

From laboratory to bedside: a case report of a concise and pragmatic approach on heart failure
Andrea Pizzini, Marco Badinella Martini

eISSN 2283-3137


Clinical Management Issues publishes mainly case reports and articles on clinical management of a disease in all the fields of medicine and is published by SEEd Medical Publishers.

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Clinical Management Issues is an open access journal. The aim is to provide clinical content of the highest quality, authority and accessibility.

The aim of the published case reports is to expand medical knowledge, allowing a better explanation of the practical application of a clinical guideline, or including an up-to-date review of medical knowledge in that field, or helping doctors to make better decisions in a “grey area”, or explaining how to manage a disease with an integrated approach between different specialists involved.

Clinical Management Issues also publishes unusual case reports (i.e. unusual side effects or adverse interactions involving medications, unexpected or unusual presentations of a disease, etc.), articles on clinical management of a disease, case series, editorials, and brief reports.

Content is subject to peer-review and is editorially independent. This journal provides immediate open access to all of its articles (both HTML and PDF versions) on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Authors are asked to state any professional and financial situations that might be perceived as causing a conflict of interest with respect to integrity of content.



Call for papers SLE and PAH


Clinical Management Issues is particularly interested in case reports concerning systemic lupus erythematosus and pulmonary arterial hypertension

Authors should consult the Instructions for authors for advice on manuscript preparation and submission.

We look forward to receiving your manuscripts, in Italian or in English.

For any further information, please contact the Managing Editor: Laura Fascio Pecetto

Posted: 2017-02-13

A new publication model for CMI


From September 2016, Clinical Management Issues (CMI) is published continuously. In this way, peer reviewed papers can be disseminated immediately.

Posted: 2016-09-27
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