The European Heart Journal (EHJ) is the official general cardiology journal of the European Society of Cardiology. EHJ aims to publish the highest quality material, both clinical and scientific, on all aspects of cardiovascular medicine.
In addition to publishing original papers on all aspects of cardiovascular medicine and surgery, EHJ also features reviews, clinical perspectives, ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines and editorial articles about recent developments.
Editor-in-Chief: Thomas F. Lüscher FESC, CH
Current volume: 38 (year 2017)
Issues per subscription: 48 + supplements
Impact Factor 2016: 20.213 (New Record)
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