PROFILE
Prague Medical Report
is multidisciplinary biomedical journal published quarterly by the First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in Prague.

Prague Medical Report was founded as Sborník lékařský in May 1885. From 2004 is a fully reviewed scientific journal in English.

Journal Home

Prague Medical Report is an English multidisciplinary biomedical journal published quarterly by the First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University in Prague. Prague Medical Report ( Prague Med Rep) is indexed and abstracted by Index-medicus, MEDLINE, PubMed, and Scopus. Prague Medical Report was founded as Sborník lékařský in May 1885. From 2004 is a fully reviewed scientific journal in English.


The journal makes public primary scientific publications, short communications, casuistry, and reviews. It contains articles based on eminent specialised lectures and symposia. Also articles on the history are welcome, namely those dealing with the past and present activities at our faculty.

Published in Karolinum Press
Editor Vice-Rector: Prof. PhDr. Ing. Jan Royt, PhD.
Address: Prague Medical Report,
Kateřinská 32, 121 08 Praha 2, Czech Republic
Telephone: +420 224 964 570
Fax: +420 224 964 574
e-mail: medical.report(at)lf1.cuni.cz

Editor in Chief: Prof. Miloš Langmeier, MD., DSc.
Foreign Language Editor: Prof. Jaroslav Pokorný, MD., DSc.
Technical Editors: Mgr. Jiří Frühauf, Mgr. Lucie Šulcová

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prague Medical Report

Current Issue Nr. 1-2/2014

Theme:

Effects of a Single Dose of Erythropoietin on Motor Function and Cognition after Focal Brain Ischemia in Adult Rats

Are Serum Procalcitonin and Interleukin-1 Beta Suitable Markers for Diagnosis of Acute Pyelonephritis in Children?

Differential Expression of Inflammationrelated Genes after Intense Exercise

A Comparison between Transcutaneous and Total Serum Bilirubin in Healthy-term Greek Neonates with Clinical Jaundice

Effect of Amphetamine on Adult Male and Female Rats Prenatally Exposed to Methamphetamine

How Smoking Cessation Influence Hormonal Levels in Postmenopausal Women?

Acalculous Cholecystitis or Biliary Dyskinesia for Epstein-Barr Virus Gallbladder Involvement?

Treatment of a Superficial Mycosis by Low-temperature Plasma: A Case Report

  © 2004 - 2017 Prague Medial Report. All rights reserved.
Development by webProgress, s.r.o.