<lpage>

Last Page

Definition

The page number on which the article ends, for print journals that have page numbers

Remarks

The <lpage> element is used in two contexts:

  1. As a part of the metadata concerning the article itself; and
  2. As part of bibliographic reference metadata inside a bibliographic citation <citation>.

Electronic-only journals do not traditionally have page numbers and use the <elocation-id> element instead.

Related Elements

A number of elements in the Suite relate to page numbers:

Note: The <page-range> is intended to record supplementary information and should not be used in the place of the <fpage> and <lpage> elements, which are typically needed for citation matching. The <page-range> element is merely a text string, containing such material as “8-11, 14-19, 40”, which would mean that the article began on page 8, ran 8 through 11, skipped to page 14, ran through 19, and concluded on page 40.

Model Information

Content Model

<!ELEMENT  lpage        (#PCDATA)                                    >

Description

Text, numbers, or special characters

This element may be contained in:

<article-meta> Article Metadata; <citation> Citation; <product> Product Information; <related-article> Related Article Information

Tagged Examples

Example 1

In article metadata:


<article>
<front>
<journal-meta>...</journal-meta>
<article-meta>
<article-id pub-id-type="pmid">10092260</article-id>
<title-group><article-title>Systematic review of day hospital care
for elderly people</article-title>
</title-group>
<contrib-group>...</contrib-group>
...
<pub-date pub-type="pub"><day>27</day>
<month>03</month>
<year>1999</year>
</pub-date>
<volume>318</volume>
<issue>7187</issue>
<fpage>837</fpage>
<lpage>841</lpage>
<history>...</history>
<permissions>
<copyright-statement>...</copyright-statement>
</permissions>
<abstract>...</abstract>
</article-meta>
</front>
...
</article>


Example 2

In a bibliographic reference list:


<article>
...
<back>
...
<ref-list>
...
<ref id="B8"><label>8</label>
<citation>
<name><surname>Weissert</surname>
<given-names>W</given-names></name>
<name><surname>Wan</surname>
<given-names>T</given-names></name>
<name><surname>Livieratos</surname>
<given-names>B</given-names></name>
<name><surname>Katz</surname>
<given-names>S</given-names></name>
<article-title>Effects and costs of day-care services for the
chronically ill: a randomized experiment.</article-title>
<source>Medical Care</source>
<volume>18</volume>
<year>1980</year>
<fpage>567</fpage>
<lpage>584</lpage>.
<pub-id pub-id-type="pmid">6772889</pub-id>
</citation></ref>
...
</ref-list>
...
</back>
</article>


Module

common.ent