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Wiener klinische Wochenschrift

The Central European Journal of Medicine

Wiener klinische Wochenschrift OnlineFirst articles

05.03.2018 | letter to the editors

Are reindeer a significant carrier of disease-causing ticks?

02.03.2018 | original article Open Access

Vitamin K2 in multiple sclerosis patients

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic demyelinating disease and one of the most common disabling neurological disorders in young and middle-aged adults [ 1 ]. It has higher prevalence in women than men and is higher in the northern hemisphere. The …

02.03.2018 | review article

Crystalloid fluid choice in the critically ill

Current knowledge and critical appraisal

Intravenous infusion of crystalloid solutions is one of the most frequently administered medications worldwide. Available crystalloid infusion solutions have a variety of compositions and have a major impact on body systems; however …

23.02.2018 | original article

Challenges in early diagnosis of Kawasaki disease in the pediatric emergency department: differentiation from adenoviral and invasive pneumococcal disease

Early recognition and distinction of Kawasaki disease (KD) from other febrile infectious diseases is one of the biggest challenges in pediatric emergency departments (PED). The aim of this study was to assess the utility of clinical findings and …

23.02.2018 | original article Open Access

Establishing end-of-life boards for palliative care of patients with advanced diseases

The last phase of life and the fact of facing death affects every individual. Medical and therapeutic treatment options for this period are increasing; however, despite all advances, treatment options go hand in hand with the necessity to inform …

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The Wiener klinische Wochenschrift - The Central European Journal of Medicine - is an international scientific medical journal covering the entire spectrum of clinical medicine and related areas such as ethics in medicine, public health and the history of medicine. In addition to original articles, the Journal features editorials and leading articles on newly emerging topics, review articles, case reports and a broad range of special articles. Experimental material will be considered for publication if it is directly relevant to clinical medicine. The number of international contributions has been steadily increasing. Consequently, the international reputation of the journal has grown in the past several years.

Founded in 1888, the Wiener klinische Wochenschrift - The Central European Journal of Medicine - is certainly one of the most prestigious medical journals in the world and takes pride in having been the first publisher of landmarks in medicine.

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