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The journal "Bulletin of Rehabilitation medicine" has a high-quality coverage of the target audience on specialized medical topics. The publication has existed since 2002, has a stable audience and is presented at key exhibitions, which allows you to create various advertising special projects.

Advertising Material Requirements

Edged format catalogs 210 x 297 mm.

Graphic materials

Raster graphics.

Accepted in TIFF, JPEG format. Full-color images should be converted to the CMYK model; two-tone - black, cyan; black and white - grayscale. The resolution of the image should be twice the lineature of the raster at a size of 1: 1 (i.e. 300 dpi for the lineature of 150 lpi). Images must be accompanied by a control printout.
Extraneous Alpha channels MUST NOT be present in images!

Vector graphics.

Accepted only in EPS, CDR, PDF format. All texts must be converted to curves. The raster files (TIFF) included in the images should not be linked, but should be inside the file and have the appropriate size (1: 1). All colors used in images must be CMYK. Images must be accompanied by a control printout.
Striped ads should take into account 5 mm trimmed on each side.

Any layout of materials is accepted only in the formats listed above!

Dimensions of advertising modules

1 right through.........215 x 307 (210x297 + 5 mm per sawn-off on each side)
1 in the dial bar.......170 x 257

If there are links to pages in the ad strip, you must temporarily replace them with two capital letters "XX" and attach the font that links are made to the ad module.


  1. Advertising and information modules must STRICTLY comply with the above dimensions;
  2. A control printout is required;
  3. If there are errors, inconsistencies in the advertising text and if technical requirements are not met, the information materials are returned to the advertiser for revision.

  4. Phone number of the editorial office:
    +7 (499) 277-01-05 (add 1151),


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