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European Heart Journal

Direct access to the journal Table of Contents. The European Heart Journal is the official general cardiology journal of the ESC. The European Heart Journal aims to publish the highest quality material, both clinical and scientific, on all aspects of cardiovascular medicine.
14 Aug 2019
The aetiology of death for marathon runner Phidippides?Endurance training and myocardial infarction with non-obstructive coronary artery disease may have been the cause of death of Phidippides, from present day evidence of an athlete who survived, and is discussed
Author(s):Oikonomou E, Chrysohoou C, Vlachopoulos C, et al.
14 Aug 2019
EuroCMR 2019 HIGHLIGHTS
Author(s):Rodríguez Palomares J.
14 Aug 2019
Electrophysiologic assessment of aircrew and other high-hazard employeesThis third article in the occupational cardiology series focusses on the assessment of arrhythmias in high-hazard employees and how, not all arrhythmias prevent employment
Author(s):Norbert G, Rajappan K, D´Arcy J, et al.
14 Aug 2019
Refining percutaneous coronary intervention: intracoronary imaging, haemodynamics, P2Y12 antagonists, and public outcomes reporting
Author(s):Lüscher T.