Citations Report

Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health has got h-index 15, which means every article in Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health has got 15 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health.

  2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

50 10 5 4

Year wise citations received

136 118 130 104
Journal total citations count 825
Journal Impact Factor 13.33
Journal 5 years Impact Factor 12.29
Journal CiteScore 15.30
Journal h-index 15
Journal h-index since 2016 13
Journal Impact Factor 2021 formula
IF= Citations(y)/{Publications(y-1)+ Publications(y-2)} Y= Year
Journal 5-year Impact Factor 2021 formula
Citations(2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020 + 2021)/
{Published articles(2017 + 2018 + 2019 + 2020 + 2021)}
Journal CiteScore
Citescorey = Citationsy + Citationsy-1 + Citationsy-2 + Citations y-3 / Published articlesy + Published articlesy-1 + Published articlesy-2 + Published articles y-3
Important citations
The feasibility of municipal solid waste for energy generation and its existing management practices in Pakistan
Development & application of Conceptual Framework Model (CFM) for environmental risk assessment of contaminated lands
Heavy metals in children’s toys and baby items commonly sold in Trinidad and Tobago
Consumption of Raw Herbal Medicines Is Associated with Major Public Health Risks amongst Ugandans
Effect Of Manganese On Epididymal Functions And Fertility Of Wistar Male Rats
Pathological and hematological studies on the effect of curcumin on manganese chloride-induced neurotoxicity in rats
Ultrastructural alterations of whole blood by copper, manganese and mercury metal mixtures using a chronic in vivo model of coagulation
Effects of Manganese Exposure on Testicular Histomorphology, Serum Hormones Level and Biochemical Marker Parameters in Wistar Rats
Assessment of metals induced histopathological and gene expression changes in different organs of non-diabetic and diabetic rats
Hematobiochemical Disturbances and Oxidative Stress After Subacute Manganese Chloride Exposure and Potential Protective Effects of Ebselen in Rats
Occurence and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Profile of Salmonella from Dairy Farms in and Around Meki Town, Oromia, Ethiopia
Prevalence and antibiotic resistance of Salmonella spp. in South Punjab-Pakistan
Prevalence and Antimicrobial Resistance of Salmonella enterica in Cow Milk and Cottage Cheese in Major Milk Shades of Oromia Region, Ethiopia
Diagnosis and Treatment of Human Salmonellosis in Addis Ababa City, Ethiopia
Isolation, identification and antimicrobial susceptibility profiles of Salmonella isolates from dairy farms in and around Modjo town, EthiopiaAbstract Foodborne bacterial diseases are a serious challenge to human and animal health. Salmonella is a zoonotic foodborne pathogen and the etiologic agent of salmonellosis. A cross-sectional study was conducted from January 2016 to April 2016 on small scale and large scale dairy farms in and around Modjo town, Ethiopia. The main objectives of the study were to isolate and identify Salmonella from lactating cows, personnel�s� and equipment at farms and to determine the in vitro antimicrobial resistance profiles of the isolates. A total of 266 samples consisting of fresh cow milk, fecal sample, pooled milkers� hand swab, pooled bucket swab, tank swab, and tank milk were collected from 21 dairy farms (n=20 smallholders, n=1 large scale farm). The samples were examined for the presence of Salmonella following standard techniques and procedures outlined by the International Organization for Standardization. Kibry-Bauer disk diffusion test was used for the antimicrobial susceptibility testing. Salmonella was isolated from 28/266 (10.5%) of the total samples. Out of the 28 Salmonella isolates, 18 (64.3%), 3 (10.7%) and 7(25%) were from lactating cows, personnel�s�, and equipment, respectively. Out of the 28 isolates subjected to antimicrobial susceptibility testing, all isolates were resistant to at least one or more antimicrobials tested. Accordingly, 96.4% (27/28), 82.1% (23/28) and 75.0% (21/28) isolates were resistant to tetracycline, kanamycin and nalidixic acid, respectively. Multiple drug resistance (resistance to two or more antimicrobials) was detected in 27(96.4%) of the isolates. Multiple antimicrobial resistance was observed in 100% (18/18), 7.4% (2/23) and 100% (7/7) of isolates obtained from lactating cows, personnels�, and equipment, respectively. High proportion of multiple antimicrobial resistant isolates (96.4%) in the dairy farms alerts concern for animal and public health as these drugs is used widely for treatment and prophylaxis in animals and humans.
Degradation Kinetics Study Of Monocrotophos Pesticide (MCP) In Unsterilized Soil in Nigeria
Impact of monocrotophos and its biodegraded metabolites on green gram seed germination and zebra fish embryo development
Toxicity and detoxification of monocrotophos from ecosystem using different approaches: A review
Toxicity and degradation of the insecticide monocrotophos