Aims and scope

The Journal of Cardiovascular Emergencies is an official Journal of the Transylvannian Association of Transvascular Therapy and Transplantation Kardiomed, Tirgu Mures, Romania, and is published quarterly.

The Journal of Cardiovascular Emergencies aims to publish top quality papers related to acute conditions in any cardiovascular pathology.

The journal will mainly focus on recent advances in the field of diagnosis and treatment of the most common causes of cardiovascular emergencies, including acute coronary syndromes, acute heart failure, acute aortic diseases, pulmonary embolism, peripheral arterial diseases or cardiac arrhythmia. Interdisciplinary approaches will be extremely welcomed, presenting new advances in the approach of different other pathologies (i.e. stroke) from the cardiovascular perspective.

The Journal of Cardiovascular Emergencies will publish high-quality basic and clinical research related to these topics, in a common approach that will integrate the clinical studies with the pre-clinical work dedicated to discovery of new mechanisms involved in the development and progression of acute cardiovascular conditions.

Especially in the case of acute coronary syndromes, the journal will try to provide the entire cardiology community with the perspective of the regional cardiology networks in Central and Eastern European countries, reflecting the regional model of care in cardiovascular acute conditions.

The journal will primarily focus on publishing original research papers, but also other types of materials (such as review articles, case reports, state of the art papers, comments to editor, etc) will be extremely welcomed.

The Journal of Cardiovascular Emergencies has institutional support from the Transylvannian Association of Transvascular Therapy and Transplantation Kardiomed, Tirgu Mures, Romania, the owner of the journal.