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2009―2018年强直性脊柱炎研究现状的文献计量学分析
朱善邦,冯新哲,徐卫东*
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(海军军医大学(第二军医大学)长海医院关节骨病外科, 上海 200433
*通信作者)
摘要:
目的 了解强直性脊柱炎(AS)的研究状况和发展趋势,为后续研究提供参考依据。方法 在Web of Science数据库中检索AS相关文献,使用科学引文索引扩展版提取分析数据,收入论著和综述2种文献类型。搜索使用的术语为:标题=ankylosing spondylitis和发表年份=(2009―2018)和语言=English。对文献概况、国家和地区、机构、作者、文献来源出版物、文献研究方向、被引频次、影响因子、H指数和关键词等进行分析。结果 共收入Web of Science数据库中2009―2018年发表的AS相关文献2 759篇,发文量最多的国家是中国(612篇,22.18%),发文量最多的机构是荷兰莱顿大学(102篇,3.70%),发文量居首位的作者是荷兰莱顿大学的van Der Heijde D(103篇,3.73%)。AS研究方向主要为风湿病学(1 473篇,53.39%)、内科学(235篇,8.52%)、骨科学(195篇,7.07%),文献主要来源于Rheumatol Int。发文量居前10位的期刊2018年平均影响因子为4.420,发文量占文献总量的38.64%(1 066/2 759)。2 759篇文献共被引用44 772次(已排除自引30 592次),平均每篇文章被引次数为16.23次。美国、德国和荷兰的H指数和被引次数均明显高于其他国家,H指数均为51,被引频次分别为11 468、10 132和9 494次,分别占被引总次数的25.61%、22.63%和21.21%;中国虽然发文量最多,但是被引频次和H指数仅排在第6位(被引6 478次,H指数为31)。运用VOSviewer软件分析发现,关键词主要集中于“发病机制相关”“遗传相关”“康复相关”“诊治相关”和“疾病相关”5个族群。结论 2009―2018年AS有关文献发文量以中国、土耳其和美国最多。虽然中国的发文数量目前领先,但是文献质量与西方国家还存在差距。
关键词:  强直性脊柱炎  文献计量学  引文  H指数  VOSviewer软件
DOI:10.16781/j.0258-879x.2020.04.0455
投稿时间:2020-02-08修订日期:2020-03-11
基金项目:国家自然科学基金(81871751),全军重大后勤科研项目(AWS15J005).
Bibliometrics analysis on the research status of ankylosing spondylitis from 2009 to 2018
ZHU Shan-bang,FENG Xin-zhe,XU Wei-dong*
(Department of Orthopaedics, Changhai Hospital, Naval Medical University (Second Military Medical University), Shanghai 200433, China
*Corresponding author)
Abstract:
Objective To investigate the research status and development trend of ankylosing spondylitis (AS), so as to provide reference for the future research. Methods We retrieved AS-related literatures containing original articles and reviews from the Web of Science database, extracted and analyzed data from Science Citation Index Extended. The items used in the search included: title (ankylosing spondylitis) and year of publication (2009-2018) and language (English). The literature overview, countries and regions, institutions, authors, literature source publications, literature research direction, cited frequency, impact factors, H index and key words were analyzed. Results From 2009 to 2018, a total of 2 759 AS-related publications were collected in the Web of Science database. The country with the largest number of publications was China (612 papers, 22.18%), the institution with the largest number of publications was Leiden University in the Netherlands (102 papers, 3.70%), and the author of most publications was van der Heijde D (103 papers, 3.73%). The research direction of AS was mainly rheumatology (1 473 papers, 53.39%), internal medicine (235 papers, 8.52%), and bone science (195 papers, 7.07%), and literatures were mainly from Rheumatol Int. In 2018, the average impact factor of the top 10 journals was 4.420, accounting for 38.64% (1 066/2 759) of the total literatures. A total of 2 759 articles have been cited 44 772 times (excluding 35 592 times of self-citation), and the average number of citations per article was 16.23. The H index and cited times of the United States, Germany and the Netherlands were significantly higher than those of the other countries, with H indexes all being 51 and cited times being 11 468, 10 132 and 9 494, accounting for 25.61%, 22.63% and 21.21% of the total cited times, respectively. Although China had the largest number of papers, the cited times and H index only ranked the sixth (6 478 cites, H index=31). By using VOSviewer software, we found that the key words were mainly “pathogenesis related”, “genetic related”, “rehabilitation related”, “diagnosis and treatment related” and “disease related”. Conclusion China, Turkey and the United States have the most AS-related articles from 2009 to 2018. Although the number of Chinese publications is far ahead, there is still a certain quality gap of the publications between China and western countries.
Key words:  ankylosing spondylitis  bibliometrics  citation  H index  VOSviewer software