Extreme medicine (ISSN Print 2713–2757, ISSN Online 2713–2765) is a peer-reviewed medical journal of Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia (Moscow, Russia). The original language of the journal is Russian (Medicina èkstremalʹnyh situacij, ISSN Print 2306–6326, ISSN Online 2713–2773).
Founded in 1999, it is issued once every 3 months publishing articles on clinical and preventive medicine and medical and biological sciences for free, primarily in the field of allergy and immunology, medical genetics, medical microbiology and infectious diseases, toxicology, radiology, aviation, space and marine medicine, restorative and sports medicine. Preference is given to original articles including articles that present methods and techniques, clinical cases and opinions. The manuscript must be submitted by the authors while the authors must guarantee that their work has not been previously published elsewhere in whole or in part and in other languages and is not under consideration by another scientific journal.
Since 2020, Extreme medicine offers online publication: once the final version of the manuscript has been reached, it is assigned a DOI and published on our website. No changes to the manuscript are accepted post publication. Once every 3 months the manuscripts published online over this period are gathered into an issue, with their DOI preserved and page numbers assigned.
Extreme medicine is an open access journal distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License. The license allows sharing and commercial reuse, but the original author must be credited.
The journal is committed to the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors
and follows international guidelines of the Committee on Publication Ethics
. The editors believe that a good scientific work must be written in simple language, which is why all manuscripts are subject to copy editing before publication.