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Winter 8-6-2019

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Balasubramani, R., & Murugan, C. (2011). Mapping of Tapioca (Sago) research in India: A scientometric analysis. Library Philosophy and Practice.

Chinnaraj, D. M. (2017). Research Productivity on Nephrology output During 2007-2016: A Bibliometric Study. Library Philosophy and Practice.

Chinnaraj, M., & Narzary, R. (2018). An analysis of Research publication on Colorectal Cancer in Asian Countries. Library Philosophy and Practice.

Cimmino, M. A., Maio, T., Ugolini, D., Borasi, F., & Mela, G. S. (2005). Trends in otolaryngology research during the period 1995–2000: a bibliometric approach. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 132(2), 295-302.

Coelho, D. H., Edelmayer, L. W., & Fenton, J. E. (2015). Citation analysis of otorhinolaryngology journals: a follow-up study. The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, 129(5), 489-493.

Gupta, B. M., Baidwani, K., & Gupta, R. (2015). Global Assessment of Nasal Polyps Research: A Scientometric Analysis of Publications During 2004-13. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 52(2), 101-109.

Gurberg, J., Lin, J. R., Akbari, E., White, P., & Nunez, D. A. (2014). The Canadian contribution to the otolaryngology literature: a five-year bibliometric analysis. Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, 43(1), 47.

Huamani, C., De Castro, J. R., González-Alcaide, G., Polesel, D. N., Tufik, S., & Andersen, M. L. (2015). Scientific research in obstructive sleep apnea syndrome: bibliometric analysis in SCOPUS, 1991–2012. Sleep and Breathing, 19(1), 109-114.

Hussain, S. S. M., & Nunez, D. A. (1993). British otorhinolaryngological research. An analysis of publication trends. Scientometrics, 26(2), 255-262.

Narzary, R., & Murugan, C. (2018). Mapping of Colorectal Cancer Research Output with a Focus on India. Library Philosophy and Practice.

Sanabria, A. Bibliometric Analysis of the International Head and Neck Scientific Group Production. J Current Res Oto 2019, 2 (1): 180006. Copyright© 2019 Sanabria A, et al. Journal of Current Research in Otolaryngology Research Article, 2(1).

Saunders, T. F. C., Rymer, B. C., & McNamara, K. J. (2017). A global bibliometric analysis of Otolaryngology: Head and neck surgery literature. Clinical Otolaryngology, 42(6), 1338-1342.

Scarney, A., Nunez, D. A., Nair, S. B., & Hussain, S. S. M. (1999). Trends in the UK contribution to the otolaryngological literature. Clinical Otolaryngology & Allied Sciences, 24(1), 26-30.

Sun, G. H. (2012). Bibliometric analysis of health services research in otolaryngology journals. Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery, 147(5), 841-847.

Sun, G. H., Houlton, J. J., Moloci, N. M., MacEachern, M. P., Bradford, C. R., Prince, M. E., & Jagsi, R. (2013). Prospective head and neck cancer research: a four-decade bibliometric perspective. The Oncologist, 18(5), 584-591.

1. Balasubramani, R., & Murugan, C. (2011). Mapping of Tapioca (Sago) research in India: A scientometric analysis. Library Philosophy and Practice.

2. Chinnaraj, D. M. (2017). Research Productivity on Nephrology output During 2007-2016: A Bibliometric Study.

3. Chinnaraj, M., & Narzary, R. (2018). An analysis of Research publication on Colorectal Cancer in Asian Countries. Library Philosophy and Practice.

4. Cimmino, M. A., Maio, T., Ugolini, D., Borasi, F., & Mela, G. S. (2005). Trends in otolaryngology research during the period 1995–2000: a bibliometric approach. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 132(2), 295-302.

5. Coelho, D. H., Edelmayer, L. W., & Fenton, J. E. (2015). Citation analysis of otorhinolaryngology journals: a follow-up study. The Journal of Laryngology & Otology, 129(5), 489-493.

6. Gupta, B. M., Baidwani, K., & Gupta, R. (2015). Global Assessment of Nasal Polyps Research: A Scientometric Analysis of Publications During 2004-13. SRELS Journal of Information Management, 52(2), 101-109.

7. Gurberg, J., Lin, J. R., Akbari, E., White, P., & Nunez, D. A. (2014). The Canadian contribution to the otolaryngology literature: a five-year bibliometric analysis. Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery, 43(1), 47.

8. Huamani, C., De Castro, J. R., González-Alcaide, G., Polesel, D. N., Tufik, S., & Andersen, M. L. (2015). Scientific research in obstructive sleep apnea syndrome: bibliometric analysis in SCOPUS, 1991–2012. Sleep and Breathing, 19(1), 109-114.

9. Hussain, S. S. M., & Nunez, D. A. (1993). British otorhinolaryngological research. An analysis of publication trends. Scientometrics, 26(2), 255-262.

10. Narzary, R., & Murugan, C. (2018). Mapping of Colorectal Cancer Research Output with a Focus on India. Library Philosophy and Practice.

11. Sanabria, A. Bibliometric Analysis of the International Head and Neck Scientific Group Production. J Current Res Oto 2019, 2 (1): 180006. Copyright© 2019 Sanabria A, et al. Journal of Current Research in Otolaryngology Research Article, 2(1).

12. Saunders, T. F. C., Rymer, B. C., & McNamara, K. J. (2017). A global bibliometric analysis of Otolaryngology: Head and neck surgery literature. Clinical Otolaryngology, 42(6), 1338-1342.

13. Scarney, A., Nunez, D. A., Nair, S. B., & Hussain, S. S. M. (1999). Trends in the UK contribution to the otolaryngological literature. Clinical Otolaryngology & Allied Sciences, 24(1), 26-30.

14. Sun, G. H. (2012). Bibliometric analysis of health services research in otolaryngology journals. Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery, 147(5), 841-847.

15. Sun, G. H., Houlton, J. J., Moloci, N. M., MacEachern, M. P., Bradford, C. R., Prince, M. E., & Jagsi, R. (2013). Prospective head and neck cancer research: a four-decade bibliometric perspective. The Oncologist, 18(5), 584-591.

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to measure the number of contributions and highlight the contributions made by the researchers in the field of Otorhinolaryngology and published on the Web of Science database during 1989-2018 using scientometric analysis. Data were interpreted by using software such as Histcite, Vosviewer, and tabulated using MS Excel. The results indicated that 2039 papers were published during 1989 - 2018 and the highest number of publications 199 (9.8%) was produced in 2017. The average number of publications per year was 67.96. The major channel of communication used by the researchers was journals for thirty years. The trends in multi-authored papers have tremendously increased (85.58%) compared to (14.42%) single-authored papers. The relative growth rate (0.37) and degree of collaboration (0.86) is noted significantly and the highest no of papers (16.87%) was contributed by the collaboration of four authors. It also noted that the value of the highest degree of collaboration was (0.96) in 2017. The publication behavior of researchers shows that they were highly selective in publishing the research results in specialized journals. The International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, Laryngo-Rhino-Otologie stands first and second places respectively. The anonymous author (58, 2.8%) contributed more numbers of papers in the domain of Otorhinolaryngology with Germany (422, 20.7%) being the country producing more research papers followed by Turkey, the UK, and the USA. More than 200 papers had been published in Otorhinolaryngology, Surgery, and Medicine General Internal.

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