Innovative Biomedical Technologies and Health Care


Innovative Biomedical Technologies and Health Care (IBTHC)

Dogan Ibrahim (Editor-in-Chief), Near East University, Cyprus.
Discover, create and develop innovative biomedical technologies to foster high quality and economically efficient health care.
IBTHC will function as a premier interdisciplinary platform for scientists, engineers, medical professionals, and industrial researchers to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Biomedical Technologies to improve disease diagnostics, treatment, and health care delivery.
Aims & Scope: Innovative Biomedical Technologies and Health Care is an international online open access journal aims at publishing high quality articles on new devices and systems that provide new strategies for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of health conditions.
The scope of the journal includes publishing manuscripts on biomedical imaging, bio-instrumentation and sensors applications, cardiovascular and respiratory system engineering, biomaterials, biomechanics, 3D bioprinting, robotics, therapeutic and diagnostic systems and devices, clinical engineering, Implantable Medical Devices, healthcare information systems, telemedicine, educational methods on biomedical engineering, regulatory science on biomedical engineering.
The journal also publishes manuscripts on societal and ethical impacts in advancing the medical technology, such as extending life and end of life decisions, the role of genetic testing, confidentiality, costs of health care delivery, scrutiny of scientific claims, and provides background on the engineering approach in healthcare and the scientific method as a guiding principle.
The journal IBTHC publishes scientific articles, methodical guidelines, brief communications, and letters to the Editor, special attention should be focused on the description and the use (approbation) of innovative technologies, methods, procedures, and developments in fundamental and/or clinical research, the results of which are promising for a given medical or biological branch.
Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License(, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by IBTHC, is properly cited.