Editorial policy


Aims and Scope

The purpose of the journal is to raise the professional level of scientists, doctors, teachers of medical schools, educational institutions. The tasks of the journal are the presentation of the results of scientific research, clinical observations. «The Messendger of Anesthesiology and Reanimatology» is a tool for popularizing various ideas and points of view conducive to the development of domestic anesthesiology and resuscitation.

ISSN 2075-5658 (Print)
ISSN 2541-8653 (Online)


  • Reviews
  • Original Articles
  • Development of Regulations
  • Clinical Observations
  • Fore Front
  • Information
  • Journal History
  • Look at the profession
  • Lectures
  • Literature Review
  • Memorable dates
  • Discussion
  • Personnel Training
  • Anniversaries
  • Obituaries

Publication Frequency

12 issues per annum

Open Access

The latest published issue is made available for free access 12 months after publication.

Peer review

The Journal uses double blind peer reviewing of the submitted manuscripts. The reviewer is provided with the manuscript without mentioning of the authors’ names. The author is not aware who the reviewer is. The author and reviewer exchange letters through the email address of the editorial staff.


Publications in Journal Messendger of Anesthesiology and Reanimatologyare indexed by the indexing services for authors and journals. A citation index is the index reflecting the value of this article and it is calculated basing on the consequent publications referencing to this article.

The Journal is indexed by the following systems: Russian Scientific Citation Index

Publication Charge

No fee is charged for the publication of the authors’ materials. The editorial office pays no renumeration to the authors.

Publication Ethics of Journal Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases

  1. General Provisions

The editors, editorial staff and NEW TERRA Private Limited Liability Company as a publisher of Journal Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases adhere to ethic standards of the international scientific society and strive to prevent any violations of these norms.

The editors, editorial staff and publisher of the Journal base their activities on the code and recommendations of  Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) as well as pay special attention to the experience of reputable international journals and publishing houses.

Below are the ethical code principles mandatory for all parties involved into the review and publication of a manuscript: author(s), reviewers, editors, editorial staff and publisher of the Journal.

Adherence to the ethical code by all participants would ensure the compliance with intellectual property rights, enhance the quality of the Journal in the eyes of the international scientific society and prevent unlawful use of the authors’ materials for the benefit of other parties.

  1. Authors’ Responsibilities

Authors are personally responsible for the text of the manuscript they submit, which means complying with the following rules:

  • The original manuscript as submitted should not be under consideration for publication or published earlier elsewhere,
  • Research results described in the manuscript are to be obtained through independent and original study, Excessive adoptions, any plagiarism including quotations without references, rephrasing or capture the right for results of someone else’s research are unethical and unacceptable. The manuscripts compiled from materials published earlier by some other authors without original revision and personal reasoning of the author are not accepted for publication in the Journal,
  • Submission of reliable results of the conducted research or work,
  • Acknowledgment of all those contributing to the progress or defining the character of the research. In particular the manuscript is to include references to Russian and foreign publications which were valuable for the research,
  • All those making significant intellectual contribution into the manuscript’s concept and structure, as into conduction of the research or interpretation of the results are be mentioned as co-authors. Gratitude is to be expressed to the other participating in certain aspects of the research. No one not involved into the research is to be mentioned as a co-author,
  • Should some significant errors or inaccuracy be identified in the manuscript while it is being reviewed or after it has been published, the editors are to be notified of this immediately and some joint decision is to be taken about confessing the error and/or its correction within the shortest period of time. Should the editors learn from a third party that the published manuscript contains significant errors, the author must immediately remove or correct such errors or provide the editors with the proves that submitted information is correct,
  • All funders of the research are to be mentioned,
  • The author should declare any conflict of interests which can exert certain influence on the research results, their interpretation and the opinion of the reviewers.
  1. Reviewers’ Responsibilities

The reviewer performs the scientific expert evaluation of the author’s materials, the evaluation is to be unbiased and compliant with the following rules:

  • Expert evaluation is to assist to the author to enhance the quality of the manuscript’s text and to the Editor-in-Chief to make the decision about publication,
  • The reviewer who does not consider him/herself a specialist in the field of the manuscript or is aware that he/she would be unable to provide the review in due time should notify the Editor-in-Chief of it and abstain from reviewing,
  • The author or co-author of the manuscript can not be the reviewer as well as academic advisors of post-graduate students and/or those working together with the author in the same department,
  • Any manuscript received from the editor for reviewing is confidential. It should not be discussed with someone else but for those mentioned by the Editor-in-Chief,
  • The reviewer is to be free of prejudices. Personal remarks to the author are not allowed. The reviewer’s opinion is to be expressed clearly and reasonably,
  • The reviewer is to draw the attention of the Editor-in-Chief to the significant similarity or partial overlapping the reviewed manuscript with any other one published before.
  1. Editors’ Responsibilities

The editors and editorial board members are responsible for public exposure of the authors’ manuscripts which implies adherence to the following rules:

  • Implementing independent policy for selection and publication of the materials presenting scientific and practical research,
  • Ensuring compliance of the published materials with accepted international standards and ethical code,
  • Enhancement of the Journal quality for maximum satisfaction of readers and authors,
  • Cooperation with authors and reviewers in order to provide the high quality of the published materials,
  • Rejection or acceptance for publication is to be based on importance, originality, clarity and relevance of the research with the consideration of its intellectual content without any discrimination on grounds of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnic origin, nationality or political belief of the author,
  • Publication of the materials reflecting different scientific opinions, with the right to abridge, edit and adapt the materials to be published, respective headings of the Journal,
  • Confession of committed errors and if necessary publication of corrections, clarifications, refutations and apologies.

The Editor-in-Chief of Journal Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases is responsible for decision making on the publication of the submitted materials, deciding on the reliability and importance of the research for researchers and readers, compliance with legal requirements (violation of the copyright, plagiarism and libel).
When making decision on publication the Editor-in-Chief seeks the advice from the editorial board or reviewers.

  1. Publisher’s Responsibility

While performing its duties the publisher is responsible for public exposure of the authors’ manuscripts which implies adherence to the following rules:

  • Assisting in fulfillment of ethical responsibilities of the editors, editorial board, reviewers and authors in compliance with the above requirements,
  • Supporting the editors in reviewing claims to ethical aspects of the published materials and assisting in cooperation with other journals and/or publishers if it is useful for editors during performance of their duties,
  • Assuring confidentiality of all information received from the authors till its publication,
  • Confidence that potential profit from advertisement will not exert influence on the decision making by the editors on acceptance of the manuscript for publication,
  • Promptitude in the publication of corrections, explanations, refutation and apologies when necessary,
  • Provision of the editorial board with the opportunity to exclude publications containing plagiarism and unreliable data.


Unpublished data obtained from manuscripts submitted for review are not to be used for someone’s own research without written approval of the author.

Information or ideas obtained through reviewing and related to certain advantages must be kept confidential and not used for any personal benefit.

Conflict of Interests

Public trust to reviewing and fidelity of the published articles depends to some extend on the clear resolution of the conflict of interest while compiling the manuscript, reviewing and editing.

All those involved into the above must inform the editorial staff of any relations which potentially can cause the conflict of interest. Editorial staff must publish this information if it is believed to be important for judging the manuscript.

Complying with the ethical code researchers should provide valid results of the research for publication. Should it be relevant the authors should inform about a sponsor (sponsors) and his role in determining the study design, in collection, analysis, and interpretation of data; in making the decision to submit the report for publication. Editorial staff can reject considering the manuscript if the sponsor declares his author’s rights for publication.