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The paper represents the Authorship Pattern in the field of Bronchitis research dependent on the productions indexed in the Web of Science during the period from 2014 to 2018. By and large all out 21147 records were accessed. Bibexcel and MS-Excel were utilized to break down the records. Pajek was used to make the mapping. It is discovered that the Degree of Collaboration shows a growth with fluctuation. The collaborative index for widespread degree of 28.81 shows a supportive tool towards synergistic research design than single research in Bronchitis look into. The author Chang AB has recorded 115 papers. The authorship pattern demonstrates that, out of all out 21147 researchers, 95.46% of the production distributed under the multiple authors.



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