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Welcome to the European Society of Cardiology. Our mission: to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease in Europe
 

E-journal of Cardiology Practice

Latest articles in the field of CVD prevention and rehabilitation

E-journal of Cardiology PracticeThe European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (EACPR) is involved in many scientific publications.
Some of its members contribute to articles for the E-journal of Cardiology, the first collaborative educational tool of the Council for Cardiology Practice and write other papers and recommendations of interest for cardiologists.

 Recent articles from the E-journal of Cardiology Practice


Date publishedTitleAuthorsTopic
21 Jan 2014Arrhythmia-centered treatment review of tachy-arrhythmia during pregnancyBaig M.Pregnancy and Heart Disease
09 Jan 2014New insights regarding management of diabetesAlegría Barrero A., Alegría Barrero E., Alegría Ezquerra E. Diabetic heart disease
06 Dec 2013Cardiovascular disease and pregnancy: what to knowBarberis V.Primary care
19 Nov 2013Consider bariatric surgery in obese patientsAlegría Barrero A, Alegría Barrero E, Alegría Ezquerra E.Cardiovascular Disease Prevention - Risk Assessment and Management
06 Nov 2013A look at second-hand smokingDi Valentino M.Cardiovascular Disease Prevention - Risk Assessment and Management
08 Oct 2013How to anticoagulate the pregnant or lactating cardiac patientJurcut R.Pregnancy and Heart Disease
27 Sep 2013Arterial Hypertension 2013 guidelines (Management of), reviewed.Clement D.L.Hypertension
18 Sep 2013How to treat hypertension in the obese Grassi G.Hypertension
11 Sep 2013Cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines in clinical practice, reviewed. Peovska I.Cardiovascular Disease Prevention - Risk Assessment and Management
02 Jan 2013Carotid baroreceptor stimulation to treat resistant hypertensionGreco E. Greco R.Hypertension