Arunachalam, S. and Gunasekaran, S. (2002), “Tuberculosis research in India and China: from bibliometrics to research policy”, Current Science, Vol. 82 No. 8, pp. 933-946.
Chiu, W.T. and Ho, Y.S. (2007). Bibliometric analysis of tsunami research. Scientometrics, 73 (1), 3-17.
Hood, W.E. and Wilson, C.S. (2001). The literature of bibliometrics, scientometrics and informatics. Scientometrics, 52 (2), 291-314p.
Kennedy, C., Sullivan, P.O., Bilal, M. and Walsh, A. (2013). Ireland’s contribution to orthopaedic literature: A bibliometric analysis. The Surgeon, 2, 267-271.
Khatun, A and Ahmed, S.M.Z. (2011). A bibliometric analysis of diarrhoeal disease research in Bangladesh. Annals of Library and Information Studies, 58(2), 109-117.
Li, L.L., Ding, G.H., Feng, N., Wang, M.H. and Ho, Y.S. (2009). Global stem cell research trend: bibliometric analysis as a tool for mapping of trends from 1991 to 2006. Scientometrics, 80 (1), 41-60.
Maharana, R.K. (2014). Malaria research in India during 2003-2012: a bibliometric analysis. Collection Building, 33 (2), 53-59.
Mela, G.S., Cimmino, M.A. and Ugolini, D. (1999). Impact assessment of oncology research in the European Union. European Journal of Cancer, 35, 1182-1186.
Pritchard, A. (1969). A statistical bibliography or bibliometics? Journal of Documentation, 25 (4), 348-349.
Rahman, M., Haque, T. L. and Fukui, T. (2005). Research articles published in clinical radiology journals: Trend of contribution from different countries. Academic Radiology, 12 (7), 825-829.
WHO. World Tuberculosis Report 2012, Retrieved February 15, 2014, from http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/75938/1/9789241564502_eng.pdf
WHO. World Tuberculosis Report 2013, Retrieved February 15, 2014, from http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/91355/1/9789241564656_eng.pdf?ua=1
World life expectancy rate, 2013, Retrieved February 15, 2014, from http://www.worldlifeexpectancy.com/cause-of-death/tuberculosis/by-country/
Xie, S.D., Zhang, J., Ho, Y.S. (2008). Assessment of world aerosol research trends by bibliometric analysis. Scientometrics, 77 (1), 113-130.
Zhang, G.F., Xie, S.D., Ho, Y.S. (2009). A bibliometric analysis of world volatile organic compounds research trends. Scientometrics, 83 (2), 477-492.
The present study is a bibliometric analysis of all Indian tuberculosis publications over the past 10 years, in the national/ international journals of repute. Utilizing the Scopus database, 7945 documents of Indian researcher’s publications data on tuberculosis research were used for the study, with an average of 794-795 documents per year and majority of them were research articles (76.56%). International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease; All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and D. Sriram were the most favoured research journal; major contributing organization/ institution and most prolific contributor. Article, Human and Humans were the most frequently used keywords.