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3-22-2019

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Abstract

This paper examines the Global publications on hepatitis C research during 2009-2018. This study aims to analyze the hepatitis c research publications, carried out by using the Scopus online database during the period of ten years from 2009 to 2018. From this study find out the year wise growth of publications, country, author, organization, document type, language-wise publications, and citation analysis and identified the impact factor (IF) of the journal productivity in the field of hepatitis C research.

During the ten year study period, it identified that 59926 publications contributed to the field of hepatitis C research. During the period, RGR is 0.71 to 0.10 and correspondingly the doubling time (Dt) is 0.98 to 7.28. Maximum of 41141 (68.65%) research publications are articles, and 55746 research publications are the English Language. Maximum of 18160 (23.10%) publications contributed by the United States and the relative citation index is varied from 0.95 to 3.3.

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