Please define the following four parts:
Background → Methods → Results → Conclusion
Background → Case report → Learning points → Conclusion
Please observe standard English grammar rules including a space after full stops and commas. Use British English.
All measurements should be reported using the the International System of Units (SI) when appropriate.
Systematic names such as genus, family and higher orders should be capitalised; e.g. Coronavirus, Bacillus Species.
Nonsystematic names such as pleural of genus/family should not be capitalised; e.g. pneumococci, meningococci.
For drugs, generic names are preferred unless justified. Do not capitalise generic drug names; e.g. ceftriaxone, penicillin
Any non-English expressions in English texts should be italicised, e.g. in vitro, in vivo, a priori.
Uncommon abbreviations should be used with definition when used the first time
Do not forget to make a final check of your abstract to ensure that it conforms to the above guidelines. Abstracts requiring major changes may be rejected or returned to the author for correction.
You will be notified about the acceptance of your abstract in due course. Further guidelines will be shared later