中国胸心血管外科临床杂志

中国胸心血管外科临床杂志

基于文献计量学方法分析我国肺癌合并慢性阻塞性肺疾病的研究现状

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目的 使用文献计量学方法对我国肺癌合并慢性阻塞性肺疾病(chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,COPD)的研究现况和主要研究主题进行可视化分析。 方法 计算机检索中国生物医学文献数据库(SinoMed)、中国知网(CNKI)、万方数据库(WanFang)、The Cochrane library、Embase 和 pubmed 数据库,纳入所有关于肺癌合并 COPD 的研究。采用 BICOMS 分析软件对主要信息进行抽取和整理,生成共现矩阵;采用 gCLUTO 进行聚类分析;采用 UCINET 和 Cytoscape 生成社会网络关系图。 结果 共纳入 1987 年至 2017 年间的 304 篇文献,发文量以 2012 年后呈现快速增长,源自 173 种期刊,其中中国引文数据库(Chinese Science Citation Database,CSCD)收录 23 种,所刊文献 42 篇,占文献总数的 13.8%,科学引文索引(Science Citation Index,SCI)论文 37 篇,来自 24 种 SCI 期刊,占文献总数的 12.2%;研究涉及全国 32 个省市、自治区和直辖市,其中以北京、四川、广州、上海和江苏省为主要研究地区。以频次 2 为阈值获得 69 个高频关键词,双聚类分析将其聚为 5 类,其中,0 类主题表现为肺癌合并 COPD 的发病机制及放射学诊断;l 类主题表现为不同病理类型肺癌合并 COPD 的临床特征及中医治疗研究;2 类主题表现为危险因素对手术并发症的影响及化疗和靶向治疗与患者生存预后关系的研究;3 类主题表现肺癌与 COPD 的表观遗传学关联;4 类主题表现为肺癌合并 COPD 患者围手术期综合管理的临床研究。 结论 文献计量结果表明我国肺癌合并 COPD 的整体研究成果较多,自 2012 年以来研究逐渐增加,但研究存在严重地域不平衡性;横向研究主题广泛,研究热点以探索肺癌合并 COPD 的围手术期综合管理及基础研究居多,但纵向主题有待进一步深入研究,部分研究结果尚未达到共识,多中心高质量研究鲜有,缺乏临床指导性研究成果,应该作为未来研究的重要内容。

Objective Using the isualization methods to explore the research status and topics of lung cancer with obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in China. Methods Literature from 1987 to 2017 on lung cancer with COPD was searched through WanFang, CNKI, CBM, Pubmed, The Cochrane library and Embase databases. We used BICOMS software to analyze the main information and produce co-word matrix, gCLUTO software to cluster, and NetDraw and Cytoscape software to draw the pictures. Results There were 304 studies related to lung cancer with COPD. The volume of documents grew rapidly since 2012, which originated from 73 journals including 23 from Chinese Science Citation Database (CSCD) which 42 articles were published, accounting for 13.8% of the total number of documents, there were 37 papers from 24 kinds of Science Citation Index (SCI) journals, accounting for 12.2% of the total number of documents. The study involved 32 provinces, municipalities, and autonomous regions, among which Beijing, Sichuan, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Jiangsu provinces were the main research areas. Sixty-nine high-frequency keywords were obtained with frequency 2 as the threshold, which was clustered into 5 categories by dual cluster analysis. Among them, topic 0 showed pathogenesis and radiological diagnosis of lung cancer with COPD; Topic 1 was about the clinical characteristics of different pathological types of lung cancer with COPD and Chinese medicine treatment; Topic 2 aimed at the impact of risk factors on surgical complications and the relationship between chemotherapy or targeted therapies and patient survival prognosis; Topic 3 on the pigenetic correlation between lung cancer and COPD; Topic 4 are clinical studies of perioperative comprehensive management of lung cancer patients with COPD. Conclusion The bibliometrics results showed that there was considerable-amount achievements on lung cancer combined with COPD in China, and research has been gradually increasing since 2012. Horizontal research topics are extensive, and the focus of the study is to explore the perioperative comprehensive management and basic research of lung cancer with COPD, but the longitudinal themes need to be further studied. The results of some studies have not yet reached a consensus. There are few high-quality multi-center studies, and a lack of clinical-directed achievement, which should be an important part of future research.

关键词: 肺癌; 慢性阻塞性肺疾病; 可视化分析; 文献计量; 研究主题

Key words: Radiation induced pulmonary injury; research subject; information visualization

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