About Journal

Introduction

The term cardiology is derived from the Greek words "cardia", which refers to the heart and "logy" meaning "study of." Cardiology is a branch of medicine that concerns diseases and disorders of the heart. Cardiovascular Medicine is concerned with the study of those medicines that help in prevention, detection, management and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Journal of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine is an independent, peer-reviewed journal of Heighten Science which publishes manuscripts written and refereed by researchers, scientists, doctors, specialists and other health professionals. The contents of Journal of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine are clinically focused, practical, evidence-based and well-illustrated, designed to meet the needs of busy doctors.

Reasons for Publishing

The number of patients with chronic cardiovascular conditions is likely to increase as our population ages, accompanied by an increasing prevalence of obesity, diabetes and associated vascular complications.

Improvements in acute care for patients encountering cardiac events are one of the main reasons for Heighten Science to come up with the Journal of Cardiology and cardiovascular medicine. The Journal of Cardiology and cardiovascular medicine is designed to provide valuable insights on cardiology and cardiovascular medicine to the world-wide healthcare professionals. The manuscripts published in the Journal of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine are easy to read and have been carefully reviewed by an editorial board of cardiologists, as well as other specialists outside the editorial board, to ensure the tone and content meet the busy practitioners’ needs.

Aim of the Journal

Journal of Cardiology and cardiovascular Medicine aims is to provide doctors with practical reviews and clinical information that will assist them in reviewing and updating their knowledge in the field of cardiology.

Heighten Science ensures that the Journal of Cardiology and cardiovascular Medicine leads towards a flagship journal in the field of cardiology, subjected to the same through high production standards and peer review process.

Scope of the Journal

The authors play a vital role in maintaining the journal's high editorial standards. Our goal is to provide primary healthcare professionals with an understanding of the latest developments in cardiovascular disease and related medicines, and to support and enrich their daily practice.

Therefore, HSP urge the authors, doctors, scientists and researchers to develop and send to us credible and up-to-date manuscripts in the following, but not limited to, disciplines of cardiology and cardiovascular medicines:

  •     Cardiac Arrhythmias
  •     Cardiac physiology
  •     Cardiac regeneration
  •     Cardiac Rehabilitation
  •     Cardiomyopathies
  •     Cardiosurgery
  •     Cardiovascular anatomy
  •     Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
  •     Cardiovascular Diabetology
  •     Cardiovascular Diseases and Nursing
  •     Cardiovascular Diseases and Risk Factors
  •     Cardiovascular Disorders
  •     Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy
  •     Cardiovascular Electrophysiology
  •     Cardiovascular Engineering
  •     Cardiovascular Imaging
  •     Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance
  •     Cardiovascular Nursing
  •     Cardiovascular Pathology
  •     Cardiovascular Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  •     Cardiovascular Psychiatry and Neurology
  •     Cardiovascular Radiation Medicine
  •     Cardiovascular Surgery
  •     Cardiovascular Therapeutics
  •     Cardiovascular Toxicology
  •     Cardiovascular Transplantation
  •     Cardiovascular Ultrasound
  •     Conduction system and arrhythmias
  •     Congenital heart disease
  •     Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
  •     Coronary Heart Disease
  •     Current Trends in Cardiac Surgery
  •     Endocarditis
  •     Gene patterns
  •     Genetic and Molecular Bases of Cardiovascular Diseases
  •     Heart Failure and Cardiac Shock
  •     Hypertensive Heart Disease
  •     Imaging techniques
  •     Inflammatory Heart and Vascular Diseases
  •     Myocarditis
  •     Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases
  •     Operative Techniques in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
  •     Pericardial Diseases
  •     Peripheral Arterial Diseases
  •     Robotically Assisted Heart Surgery
  •     Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease
  •     Surgical Techniques and Results
  •     Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery
  •     Thrombosis and Haemostasis
  •     Treatment Options in Cardiovascular Medicine
  •     Valvular Heart Disease
  •     Vascular biology
  •     Venous Thromboembolism
  •     Cardiology
  •     Arrhythmia
  •     Cardiac arrest
  •     Cardiac hypertrophy
  •     Cardiac output
  •     Cardiac pacing
  •     Cardiomyopathies
  •     Congenital heart defects
  •     Coronary heart disease
  •     Atrial fibrillation
  •     Dilated cardiomyopathy
  •     Ventricular septal defects
  •     Early-onset coronary artery disease
  •     Stable coronary artery disease
  •     Diastole
  •     Ejection fraction
  •     Endocarditis
  •     Heart failure
  •     Heart rate
  •     Bradycardia
  •     Tachycardia
  •     Acute cardiovascular problems
  •     Cardiovascular disease risk
  •     Cardiovascular medicine
  •     Interventional cardiology
  •     Myocardial infarction
  •     Myocardial performance index
  •     Pediatric cardiology
  •     Sudden cardiac death
  •     Systole
  •     Valvular diseases
  •     Cardiovascular diseases
  •     Cardiovascular diseases in women
  •     Coagulation disorders
  •     Antiphospholipid syndrome
  •     Coagulation factor deficiencies
  •     Coagulopathy
  •     Disseminated intravascular coagulation
  •     Factor V Leiden
  •     Hemophilia
  •     Hemophilia A
  •     Hemophilia B
  •     Protein C deficiency
  •     Thrombosis
  •     von Willebrand disease
  •     Trauma-induced coagulopathy