Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine
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Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine (ISSN 0972-5229) is specialty periodical published under the auspices of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine. Journal encourages research, education and dissemination of knowledge in the fields of critical and emergency medicine.

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The journal is indexed with IJCCM is indexed/listed with Health and Wellness Research Center, Health Reference Center Academic, InfoTrac One File, Expanded Academic ASAP, and Indian Science Abstracts

The journal is published Monthly.

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DOAJ, EMBASE/ Excerpta Medica, Emerging Sources Citation Index, Index Copernicus, Indian Science Abstracts, IndMed, Pubmed Central, Scimago Journal Ranking, SCOPUS

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  Editorial Board Top


  • R. K. Mani
  • J. V. Divatia (Mumbai)
  • Praveen Khilnani (New Delhi)
  • Sameer Jog (Pune)


  • J. V. Peter (Vellore)
  • Jose Chacko (Bangalore)
  • Prashant Saxena (New Delhi)
  • Dhruva Chaudhary (Rohtak)
  • Manish Munjal (Jaipur)


  • Sunit Singhi (Chandigarh) 
  • Partho Chatterjee (Kolkata)
  • Kundan Mittal (Rohtak)
  • Bala Ramchandran (Chennai)
  • Rakesh Lodha (New Delhi)


  • Rajesh Chawla (New Delhi)
  • Prakash Shastri (New Delhi)
  • Prithwish Bhattacharya (Shillong)
  • Camilla Roderigues (Mumbai)
  • Shirish Prayag (Pune)
  • Devi Prasad Samaddar (Jamshedpur)
  • Palepu Gopal (Hyderabad)
  • Abdul Ghafur K. (Chennai)


  • Phillip Dillinger (USA)
  • Hisataka Shoji (Japan)
  • K. Guntupalli (USA)
  • J. L. Vincent (Belgium)
  • Anand Kumar (Canada)
  • Konrad Reinhart (Germany)
  • Niranjan Kisoon (Canada)
  • Maher Al Bahrani (Oman)
  • Omar Farooq (Bangladesh)
  • Anthony McLean (Australia)
  • Suhail Rawoof (USA)


  About ISCCM™ Top

The Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM™) was formed in 1993 to promote high quality critical care in India. India is the largest democracy in the world. With the large population, comes the need for a large number of hospitals, Intensive Care Units and therefore doctors trained in intensive care. Unfortunately, no formal training in critical care was available to doctors in the medical colleges or hospitals in India. The Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine (ISCCM™) was formed in October 1993 as a result of this need felt by doctors for some platform whereby physicians, anaesthetists, surgeons etc. interested in critical care medicine could share their views, anxieties, problems and data. ISCCM™ promotes critical care in India through clinical monthly meetings, seminars and national conferences throughout the country. It publishes its journal "The Indian Journal of Critical Care Medicine" starting July 1997 which will be made available, full text, at this site. 


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