Open access article on consensus definition of acute renal failure has been accessed more than 100,000 times

The most highly accessed article on BioMed Central’s most viewed articles page recently surpassed 100,000 accesses.

Bellomo et al.’s article, published in Critical Care
in 2004, presented the
first consensus definition of acute renal failure and followed a two day
conference of the Acute Dialysis Quality Initiative (ADQI) Group. It has
been cited more than 90 times according to both Google
and Scopus.

impressive access and impact statistics demonstrate the effectiveness with which important
research articles can be disseminated, thanks to the
wide-reaching visibility achieved by open access.
Evidence continues to accumulate that open access research has an advantage in terms of being rapidly read and widely cited by peers.

authors who publish in BioMed Central are able to track the number of accesses
to their published articles, and the most popular articles are marked with a ‘highly
’ tag.

Iain Hrynaszkiewicz
In-house Editor, Critical Care

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