Academic Medical Journal

«Health of Man»

International bilingual academic journal
ISSN 2307-5090 (Print)
ISSN 2412-5547 (Online)

Current Issue

No. 4 (2022)

When submitting a manuscript to the journal, authors must confirm its compliance with all the requirements set by the editors. In case of non-compliance of the submitted work with the clauses of these requirements, the editorial board will return the materials to the authors for revision. (Read more)

The editorial board of "Health of man" accepts articles for consideration, provided that this is the first publication, the article has not been transferred for publication to other publications and the design is made in accordance with the requirements of scientific articles of our journal. (Read more)

All scientific articles submitted to the journal are subject to mandatory peer review. The work of the journal is based on the principles of independent and objective review - double-blind. (Read more)

All manuscripts, submitted for publication, will be analyzed for their originality, methodology, importance, quality, ethical nature and compliance with the goals and objectives of the journal. The editor-in-chief has the right to evaluate the editorial and scientific content of the journal and determines the timing of each material publication. (Read more)

“Health of man” Journal is governed by the rules recommended by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) (Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals). Works using human material must comply with the 2013 Helsinki Declaration. (Read more)


Frequency of journal: quarterly
The journal is published since 2002

About Journal 

International scientific Journal «Health of Man» is a leading publication that distributes original articles covering topical issues of clinical, morphological, biochemical and several other aspects of men's health, its disorders and age-related changes.


Journal «Health of Man» was founded in 2002 and since then has been developing as a peer-reviewed periodical, successfully satisfying the information requirements of physicians, scientists and researchers working in the field of andrology and studying all aspects of male health in Ukraine and abroad.


All articles submitted to the editorial board undergo a blind peer review process based on professionalism, objectivity, partnership and attention to detail.

Articles are printed in Ukrainian, English languages and are accompanied by appropriate summaries.


Each article receives a unique DOI (digital object identifier), which facilitates search, indexing, distribution, further promotion and citation.


The editorial board of the Journal adheres to the principles of open access to all materials.


Abstracts and full texts (PDF-format) of all articles published in the journal are available to the public without restrictions. The Editorial Board adheres to the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals issued by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) as well as the Code of Conduct for Editors of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).


The journal's publisher, Professional Event Publishing House, is a well-known company in the international market of scientific publications and participates in the activities of several professional associations. Principal founder of the Journal «Health of Man» is State Institution  «Institute of Urology of the Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine»


The Journal is published four times a year in the last week of January, April, September and December.


According to the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine 28.11.2019 № 1643, scientific and practical Journal «Health of Man» is included in the Category "B" of the list of scientific professional publications of Ukraine.


Journal is registered and indexed in 17 professional bases  and Internet catalogs.

ISSN 2412-5547 (Online), ISSN 2307-5090 (Print)

Circulation - 5500 copies

Subscription index - 01666

Editorial Team

Current Issue

No. 4 (2022)
Yevhen Luchytskiy, Vitaliy Luchytskiy, Halyna Zubkova, Viktoriya Rybal'chenko, Inna Skladanna


Erectile Dysfunction in Men Who Have Been Ill with COVID-19
Andrii Sahalevych, Yaroslav Dubovyi, Yаroslav Postol, Bohdan Dzhuran, Viktor Kogut, Andrii Korytskyi, Roman Sergiychuk, Vladyslav Ozhohin, Andrii Khrapchuk


Comparative Evaluation of the Choice of the Method of Percutaneous Nephrolithotripsy in Patients with Nephrolithiasis
Natalia Saidakova, Serhii Pasiechnikov, Olexandr Shulyak, Andrii Klіus, Halyna Kononova, Yaroslav Melnіchuk


The Problem of Pyelonephritis in Terms of Medical and Social Significance
Vasyl Chernenko, Dmytro Chernenko, Nataliia Zheltovska, Volodymyr Savchuk, Yurii Bondarenko, Аndrii Klius, Yevhenii Pylypenko


Hypercrystalluria as a Factor in the Development of Urine Stone Disease, Diagnosis and Directions of Treatment
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Popular Articles

No. 4 (2022)

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