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EHJ - Acute Cardiovascular Care

Addresses acute coronary syndromes, cardiogenic shock, cardiac arrest, cardiac arrhythmias and acute heart failure

 

 

The European Heart Journal - Acute Cardiovascular Care publishes high-quality peer-reviewed material, both clinical and scientific, on all aspects of acute cardiac care such as acute coronary syndromes, cardiogenic shock, cardiac arrest, cardiac arrhythmias and acute heart failure.

It offers a unique integrative approach combining the expertise of the different subspecialties of cardiology, emergency and intensive care medicine in the management of patients with acute cardiovascular syndromes.

 

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Fast Facts

  • Editor-in-Chief: Christiaan Vrints (BE)
  • Current volume: 7 (year 2018)
  • Issues per subscription: 8
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Most recent articles from the EHJ-ACC

23 Jul 2018
Management of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest and electric storm
Author(s):Christiaan JM Vrints
21 Jul 2017
Clinical value of ST-segment change after return of spontaneous cardiac arrest and emergent coronary angiography in patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: Diagnostic and therapeutic importance of vasospastic angina
Author(s):Kazuya Tateishi
13 Mar 2017
Factors modifying performance of a novel citizen text message alert system in improving survival of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest
Author(s):Ruud WM Pijls
01 Feb 2017
Women have a worse prognosis and undergo fewer coronary angiographies after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest than men
Author(s):Matilde Winther-Jensen