Progress in Haemostasis
Hämostaseologie – Progress in Haemostasis is an official organ of the German, Austrian and Swiss Society of Thrombosis and Haemostasis Research (Gesellschaft für Thrombose- und Hämostaseforschung e.V., GTH). The Journal publishes state-of-the-art reviews and original work in basic and clinical research covering the broad area of thrombosis & hemostasis and vascular biology & vascular medicine, including translational research.
Scope & Publication Formats
The focus of the Journal is on congenital and acquired hemorrhagic and thromboembolic disorders, their diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. In addition to reviews or original communications, categories include highlight articles and commentaries on hot topics, brief illustrated case studies (“im-ages in thrombosis & haemostasis”), guideline & GTH position papers, reports of GTH working groups, case reports, letters to the editor, announcements, and GTH news. Thus, Hämostaseologie – Progress in Haemostasis provides an interdisciplinary forum to the community of clinicians, physician-scientists and cell biologists to exchange and discuss information and ideas. Invited review articles on key topics presented in plenary sessions or state-of-the-art lectures at the Annual GTH Meeting complete the spectrum of papers that are published in the traditional congress edition (issue 1 of each year).
Abstracting & Indexing
The Journal is covered in the main abstracting and indexing services worldwide: Medline, SCOPUS, EMBASE, Web of Science, ProQuest (SciSearch), Research Alert, CNKI Scholar, Current Contents - Clinical Medicine, Current Contents - Life Sciences, Science Citation Index (SCI), Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), BIOSIS Previews, EBSCO.
The Journal was established in 1981 when the GTH was founded. In its early years, papers were published in German which is still reflected by the title Hämostaseologie (that literally translates into ‘science of hemostasis’). Former editors include R. Marx (Munich), E. Deutsch (Vienna), H.G. Lasch (Gießen), K. Lechner (Vienna), R. Schneppenheim (Hamburg), B. Lämmle (Bern), W. Schramm (Munich), H.D. Bruhn (Kiel), and C. Mannhalter (Vienna).
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