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EHJ - Cardiovascular Imaging

Covers echocardiography, cardiovascular magnetic resonance, computed tomography, nuclear and invasive imaging


The European Heart Journal - Cardiovascular Imaging is an international peer-reviewed journal dealing with Cardiovascular Imaging and the official journal of the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI).  

The journal aims to publish the highest quality material, both scientific and clinical from all areas of cardiovascular imaging including echocardiography, magnetic resonance, computed tomography, nuclear and invasive imaging.

Fast Facts

  • Editor-in-Chief: Gerald Maurer, FESC (AT)
  • Current volume: 20 (year 2019)
  • Issues per subscription: 12
  • Impact Factor 2018: 5,260
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Before being published, all manuscripts go through double-blinded peer review by experienced international experts.

Most recent articles from the EHJ-CI

29 May 2019
Caffeine and myocardial perfusion: a clinical perspective
Author(s):Byrne C, Pareek M, Kjaer A, et al.
22 May 2019
HIT communication paper: strategies and tips to increase your chances of winning an EACVI grant
Author(s):Moharem-Elgamal S, Cameli M, Muraru D, et al.
25 May 2019
Cardiovascular magnetic resonance techniques for tissue characterization after acute myocardial injury
Author(s):Demirkiran A, Everaars H, Amier R, et al.
05 May 2019
Quantitative myocardial perfusion positron emission tomography and caffeine revisited with new insights on major adverse cardiovascular events and coronary flow capacity
Author(s):Kitkungvan D, Bui L, Johnson N, et al.