Nano medicine is the provision of nanotechnology to accomplish achievements in health awareness. It misuses the enhanced and frequently novel physical, compound and natural properties of materials at the Nano scale, and offers the possibility to empower early discovery, counteractive action, enhanced conclusion and imaging, medication and catch up of sicknesses. Nano medicine grasps a wide field incorporating in vivo and in vitro diagnostics to help including focused on conveyance and regenerative pharmaceutical; it interfaces nanomaterialâs (surfaces, particles, and so forth) or diagnostic instruments with "living" human material (cells, tissue, body liquids). Ailments, for example, malignancy, diabetics, cardiovascular infections, numerous sclerosis, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's malady and provocative and/or irresistible illnesses not just effect on unique patients and their crew. The societal and monetary effect is monstrous and obliges consistent audit, examination and evaluation on moving both the immediate and backhanded load. Journal impact factor is an index or a criteria devised by Eugene Garfield to categorize journals based on their citations. Impact factor is considered as a putative marker to indicate the journal quality. But the recent policies being adopted to improve the impact factor is becoming a topic of controversies today. This current scenario questions the reliability of impact factor. The citation index cannot be considered to determine the scientific quality of an article because the technicalities are not considering the scientific quality. Knowing or reading an article is not enough to determine their quality validating the content and approving the findings and revalidating the facts is vital in scientific research. It is highly impossible to do a scholar check in each and every article to detect fraudulent or unsubstantial citations.
Last date updated on July, 2014