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SHOCK® Injury, Inflammation, and Sepsis: Laboratory and Clinical Approaches

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The Official Journal of The Shock Society, The Brazilian Shock Society, The Chinese Shock Society, The European Shock Society, The Indonesian Shock Society, The International Federation of Shock Societies, and The Official and International Journal of the Japan Shock Society


Edited by a distinguished international board, SHOCK®: Injury, Inflammation, and Sepsis: Laboratory and Clinical Approaches presents studies of novel therapeutic approaches such as immunomodulation, gene therapy, nutrition, and others. The mission of the journal is to foster and promote multidisciplinary studies--both experimental and clinical in nature--that critically examine the etiology, mechanisms and novel therapeutics of shock-related pathophysiological conditions. It excels as a vehicle for timely publication in the areas of basic and clinical studies of shock, trauma, sepsis, inflammation, ischemia, and related pathobiological states, with particular emphasis on the biologic mechanisms that determine the response to injury. Making such information available ultimately facilitates improved care of the traumatized or septic individual.

Shock‘s dynamic app utilizes the best in digital technology to offer a print-like reading experience plus article-sharing features, multimedia links, and more.

Key features:

-Easy-to-read full-text articles that can be shared via email or social media
-Adjustable text sizing with “pinch and zoom“
-Quick linking to supplemental data and editorials
-Ability to store or delete downloaded issues
-Pull-down Table of Contents
-Speedy issue browsing with bird’s eye view of the entire issue
-Easy paging through issue content
-Convenient notification when a new issue is available
-Link to Shock online to view supplemental data and browse the archives

Members of the Shock Society, and individual subscribers to the journal, are entitled to access app issues. Members of affiliated societies are advised to inquire with their society. Others may purchase single issues.