International Journal of Anesthesiology and Pain Research


Aims and Scope


International Journal of Anesthesiology and Pain Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of anesthesiology, critical care, perioperative care and pain management, including clinical and experimental research into anesthetic mechanisms, administration and efficacy, technology and monitoring, and associated economic issues.

Anesthesiology is the practice of minimizing pain during surgery through the usage of drugs. Anesthesiologists use a wide variety of drugs, in multiple combinations, in order to ensure that patients remain comfortable, relaxed and free of pain during surgery or other procedures. The Open Access Journal also publishes commissioned narrative reviews by an authority in a field of interest to those working in anesthesiology, pain, emergency medicine or intensive care. Articles published in our journal include original research, brief reports, clinical reviews and updates, editorial commentary, letters and papers devoted to continuing professional development.

  • Ambulatory Anesthesiology
  • Anesthesia Providers
  • Anesthesia Record
  • Anesthetic Agents
  • Anesthetic Equipment
  • Anesthetic Monitoring
  • Cardiac Anesthesiology
  • Clinical Anesthesiology
  • General Anesthesiology
  • Neurosurgical Anesthesiology
  • Non-pharmacological Methods
  • Obstetrical Anesthesiology
  • Pain Medicine
  • Pediatric Anesthesiology
  • Plant Derivatives
  • Regional Anesthesia
  • Thoracic Anesthesiology
  • Regional Anesthesia
  • Anesthetic Agents
  • Anesthesia & Critical Care
  • Advances in Anesthesia
  • Clinical Anesthesia
  • Drug Addiction
  • Analgesics
  • Nerve Blocks
  • Dental Anesthesia
  • Acupuncture
  • Natural Pain Relievers
  • Pain Sensation
  • Acute Pain
  • Post-Operative Pain
  • Chronic Pain
  • Pain Medicine
  • Depression
  • Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology
  • Early Inhalational Anesthetics
  • Liver Transplant Anesthesiology
  • Ophthalmologic Anesthesiology