Preparation of abstracts
All abstracts must report new or "new" information, in the sense of it not being previously published evidence.
All the abstracts must contain the sections: Introduction, Objectives, Methods, Results and Conclusions. The sender must provide enough information so that the reviewer can evaluate each of these categories.
Indicate if the research design is exploratory.
The justification of the investigation must be explained and the importance of the results must also be discussed.
The methods must be brief.
It is not satisfactory to say: "The results will be discussed".
Highlight in your summary certain elements that account for scientific rigor (sample sizes, replication, blinding and controls used).
Provide socio-demographic variables as appropriate (age, sex, species, etc.).
If units of measurement have been used, use the standard abbreviations. When using other abbreviations, spell completely once and indicate the abbreviation in parentheses that will be used later.