Eurasian Journal of Chemical, Medicinal and Petroleum Research  (EJCMPR) was founded in 2022 as a non-profit association to promote the development of the professionals of Chemistry, Medicinal and Petroleum  in education, research, services and industry. This journal is a double blind peer-reviewed journal covering all areas in Chemistry, Medicinal and Petroleum. The journal is Open Access with article processing charges and all articles published in this journal are freely available for readers online at without a subscription and authors retain the copyright of their work.

EJCMPR  is published Bimonthly (online and in print = 4 Issues per year).
The average time between Submission and final decision is Four weeks and the average time between acceptance and publication is three weeks. The EJCMPR has been indexed in the well-known world databases. All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to be assured about its originality and then rigorously peer-reviewed by the international reviewers.


Why publish in EJCMPR ?

  1. All articles are published in Open Access model and all papers are free to read, copy, distribute and use (with attribution). Therefore, the published articles are highly visible to the international research community.
  2. Archiving of accepted article in various international repositories. 
  3. Constructive and rapid double blind peer-review process.
  4. "Certificate of publication" to the authors of accepted articles.
  5. Authors retain the copyright and ownership of papers-not the Publisher.

 Related subjects: All fields of Chemistry, Medicinal and Petroleum. The acceptance rate of EJCMPR was 43% in 2022. The average time between Submission and final decision is 8 work weeks and the average time between acceptance and publication is 6 weeks.

Eurasian Journal of Chemical, Medicinal and Petroleum Research  is supported by: Amir Samimi Company (ASC)

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Original Article Covid
The Effect of Massage on the Occurrence of Complications in Premature Infants Admitted to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Martino Delverdoliny

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 323-345

  According to the report of the World Health Organization in 2009, 3438 babies (5.7%) were born prematurely and the average hospitalization days of premature babies (less than 32 weeks of pregnancy) was 35 days. In America, approximately 12% of low-birth-weight babies and 8% of premature babies are born. ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Pain intensity after Esophagectomyi in traumatic patients: Pioneering a New Era in Surgical Techniques

Ali Sharifi; Abbasali Dehghani

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 347-357

  Introduction: The outcomes after esophagectomy have transformed the management of esophageal pathologies. esophagectomy has revolutionized the field of esophageal surgery by providing patients with less postoperative pain, reduced complications, faster recovery, and improved functional and oncological ...  Read More

Review Article Covid
Mucormycosis in head-and-neck cancer: systematic review

Ali Reza Lotfi; Mansour Rezaei

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 358-366

  Introduction: Gastrectomy plays a central role in the management of gastric cancer, and its short-term outcomes have significant implications for patient care and treatment decisions. Surgical morbidity, postoperative recovery, length of hospital stays, and the impact of minimally invasive techniques ...  Read More

Review Article Covid
Breast Cancer Surgery Guideline for Increase Survival Rate: Narrative Review

Seyed Vahid Seyed Hosseini

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 367-378

  Breast cancer surgery plays a critical role in the management of breast cancer and is aimed at improving survival rates. Evidence-based guidelines have been developed to provide standardized recommendations for surgical interventions in breast cancer patients. These guidelines encompass various aspects ...  Read More

Review Article Covid
Comparison of laparoscopic versus open thyroidectomy results: scoping review

Seyed Vahid Seyed Hosseini

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 379-389

  Thyroidectomy, the surgical removal of the thyroid gland, is a commonly performed procedure for various thyroid conditions. In recent years, laparoscopic thyroidectomy (LT) has emerged as a minimally invasive alternative to open thyroidectomy (OT). This abstract presents a comparison of the results between ...  Read More

Original Article Health
The role of dorsal blocking pinning for range of motion change of PIP joint after volar plate arthroplasty

Saman Nasrollazadeh; Behrooz Nazari; Mohammad Irajian

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 390-400

  Introduction: Volar plate arthroplasty is an effective surgical intervention for addressing PIP joint pathologies. However, concerns regarding postoperative ROM limitations have prompted the exploration of adjunctive techniques, such as dorsal blocking pinning. This article aims to investigate the role ...  Read More

Original Article Covid
Determination of pre-operative platelet levels with the bleeding during tibia fracture surgery

Parham Maroufi; Tala Pourlak

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 401-410

  Introduction: Determining pre-operative platelet levels and their potential correlation with intraoperative bleeding is an important area of investigation in tibia fracture surgery. Platelet parameters, including platelet count, MPV, PDW, and PCT, have shown promise as potential predictors of bleeding ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Acute Abdomen Referred Management in Emergency department

Amir Heydarian; Baharak Najafi Fakhraei Azar

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 411-423

  The management of acute abdomen referred in the emergency department is a complex and challenging task for healthcare professionals. Acute abdomen referred refers to abdominal pain that is perceived in a location distant from the actual underlying pathology. In the emergency department setting, the primary ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Minimally Invasive hook circulators in Pilonidal Sinus Surgery and Postoperative Pain Outcomes

Mehrnoosh Rassam; Abbasali Dehghani; Ramin Azhough

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 424-433

  Introduction: In the subsequent sections of this article, we will delve into the specific methodologies employed in video-assisted pilonidal sinus surgery with minimally invasive hook circulators, review existing literature on postoperative pain outcomes, and discuss the implications of these findings ...  Read More

Review Article Health
A Systematic Review of the Effect and Safety of Alendronate on Bone Density in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease

Melika Shojaei

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 434-442

  This study has systematically investigated the effect and safety of alendronate on bone density in patients with chronic kidney disease. In this study, by reviewing more than 75 articles and by searching keywords such as: Safety of alendronate, bone density, chronic kidney disease, the issue has been ...  Read More

Review Article Health
A Systematic Review of the Relationship Between Sex Hormones and Leptin and Insulin Resistance in Men

Melika Shojaei

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 443-453

  The present study systematically investigated the relationship between sex hormones and leptin in men. In this study, 70 articles were reviewed and the subject was investigated by searching the words "Leptin", "Patients undergoing surgery" and "Sex hormone". Leptin is a hormone derived from adipose tissue ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Pain Intensity and Mortality after Sinonasal Mucormycosis Surgery

Ali Reza Lotfi; Abbasali Dehghani

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 454-459

  Introduction: Pain intensity represents an important but understudied aspect of sinonasal mucormycosis surgery. Understanding the relationship between pain intensity and mortality is crucial for optimizing pain management strategies and improving patient outcomes.Material and Methods: Data collection ...  Read More

Original Article Health
ICU Inpatient Care

Franki Janlio

Volume 3, Issue 2 , April 2024, Pages 460-473

  Repetition and type of oral hygiene should be done based on oral cavity examination instead of routine. A soft, small toothbrush with a neutral pH moistened with water is more effective than scrubs or sticky foams. Hydrogen peroxide diluted in a 20% solution in a ratio of 1 to 4 diluted with water or ...  Read More

Investigation of the Effects of Covid-19 on Different Organs of the Body

Dinami.H Birman

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 24-36

  This study investigated the effects of Covid-19 on body postures. Specialists around the world are now conducting clinical trials and research to understand why some patients recovering from Covid-19 have long-term complications. The coronavirus primarily affects the respiratory system and can cause ...  Read More

The Effect of Pregnancy on the Skin

Sadigheh Musaei

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 17-23

  Pregnancy is a period of deep hormonal and metabolic changes that the body endures for a relatively short period of time, during which many changes occur in the skin, nails and hair. Rashes and skin changes are extremely common during pregnancy. Due to the specific mental and emotional conditions of ...  Read More

Comparison of Marital Satisfaction, Emotional Divorce and Religious Commitment among Nurses and Staff of Ahvaz Government Hospitals

Ebrahim Ghaibi; Mohammad Reza Soltani Manesh; Hadis Jafari Dezfouli; Farzaneh Zarif; Zahra Jafari; Zahra Gilani

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2022, , Pages 33-39

  AbstractThe purpose of the present study was to compare marital satisfaction, emotional divorce and religious commitment among nurses and staff of public hospitals in Ahvaz. The sample consisted of nine nurses and staff of public hospitals in the community who were selected by the available sampling ...  Read More

A comprehensive evaluation of the Sports Physiotherapy curriculum

Seyedeh Zahra Nazardani; Shohreh Nourizadeh Dehkordi; Ali Ghorbani

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2023, , Pages 10-16

  Evaluating the master’s degree program in Sports Physiotherapy in order to improve the quality of education in this field. The need to pay attention to the effectiveness and efficiency of the education and improving the system of higher education by becoming more aware of the factors involved is ...  Read More

Chemical Engineering
Hydropower plant and its environmental effects

Tayeb Mahmut

Volume 1, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, , Pages 130-137

  Referring to the need for three factors of capital, materials and machinery and manpower in the implementation of development projects in the country, he said: "The private sector will never accept investment in projects without considering the profit." Engineer Droudian added: "Since water projects ...  Read More

Original Article Medicine
Seven Year Prognosis and Surgical Techniques of Thoracic Esophageal Perforation Treatment

Mahla Effati; Majid Montazer Bavil Olyaee

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 23 March 2024

  Introduction: Over the past few decades, advances in surgical techniques and perioperative management have led to improvements in the prognosis of thoracic esophageal perforation. However, the optimal treatment approach remains controversial, with various surgical techniques available and differing outcomes ...  Read More

Amir Samimi Company (ASC)

Dr. Soroush Zarinabadi

Associate Editor-in-Chief:
Prof. Amir H. Mohammadi

Chief of Editorial Board:
Dr. Hamidreza Alizadeh Otaghvar

Dr. Amir Samimi

Frequency: Quarterly

Online ISSN: 2980-9347

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