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EHJ – Supplements: The Heart of the Matter

Publishes Articles Covering Symposia to Special Issues on Specific Topics for a General Cardiology Audience


The European Heart Journal – Supplements (EHJ-S) is a long-standing member of the ESC journal family that serves as a  medium for supplementary issues of the flagship European Heart Journal. Traditionally EHJ-S has published a broad range of articles from symposia to special issues on specific topics of interest. The journal has a strong Impact Factor that reflects the quality of the content and the broad scope of articles published over the years.

The editor-in-chief, Professor Roberto Ferrari, together with his team of eminent associate editors, have implemented a change of focus for the journal. This entirely refreshed version of the European Heart Journal – Supplements now bears the subtitle The Heart of the Matter in recognition of its new focus.

The EHJ–S: The Heart of the Matter intends to offer a dedicated, scientific space for the ESC, institutions, national and affiliate societies, associations, working groups and councils to disseminate their important successes globally.

Fast Facts

  • Editor-in-chief: Roberto Ferrari, FESC, IT
  • ISSN: 1520-765X
  • Current Volume: 23 (year 2021)
  • Impact Factor 2019: 1.655

Editor in chief History

 

Name Start Date End Date
Professor Roberto Ferrari 01/01/2001 31/12/2003
Professor Francisco Fernandez Aviles 01/01/2004 31/12/2013
Professor Roberto Ferrari 01/01/2014  

 


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Most recent articles from EHJ Supplements

27 Mar 2021
Intensive care unit management of percutaneous mechanical circulatory supported patients: the role of imaging
Author(s):Montisci A, Bertoldi L, Price S, et al.
27 Mar 2021
Managing vascular access and closure for percutaneous mechanical circulatory support
Author(s):Karatolios K, Hunziker P, Schibilsky D.
27 Mar 2021
Weaning from Impella and mobilization of Impella patients
Author(s):Bertoldi L, Montisci A, Delmas C, et al.
27 Mar 2021
Pump flow setting and assessment of unloading in clinical practice
Author(s):Møller J, Hassager C, Bonello L, et al.