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Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications journal (volume 2 issue 3) published

July 31, 2017

Beijing, 16 July, 2017: The new journal Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications (CVIA) has just published the third issue of Volume 2. This issue brings together a diverse set of papers from authors from China, Chile, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States.

Papers in this issue are:

REVIEWS

Maria Bergami, Peter Louis Amaduzzi and Raffaele Bugiardini
Takotsubo Syndrome: Does the Octopus Trap Hide Dangers? (http://ow.ly/qv6h30dOlld)

Edgardo Escobar and Carlos Akel
Telemedicine: It's Importance in Cardiology Practice. Experience in Chile (http://ow.ly/vL6e30dOlFn)

Amit Gupta, Melissa Dakkak and Alan Miller
Digoxin and Heart Failure: Are We Clear Yet? (http://ow.ly/Bskk30dOlPo)

Jagadeesh K. Kalavakunta, Mayank K. Mittal, Abed Janoudi, Oliver G. Abela, Fadi Alreefi and George S. Abela
Role of Cholesterol Crystals During Acute Myocardial Infarction and Cerebrovascular Accident (http://ow.ly/NhVb30dOlVS)

Eric I-Hun Jeng, David John Hall, Caleb Matthews, Eddie Ward Manning III and Thomas Mark Beaver
Infective Endocarditis: A Review of the Past and Present, and a Look into the Future (http://ow.ly/Vkbg30dOmbj)

Masahiro Kohzuki and Osamu Ito
Chronic Kidney Disease is a New Target of Cardiac Rehabilitation (http://ow.ly/U7ob30dOmrS)

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Feng Liang, Xiuhua Ma, Liuzhuang Zhao, Chengwei Xing, Xin Li, Dongjing Zhao, Da-Yi Hu, Shuoqiang Hu, Wenbin Wang, Lantang Han, Shujun Cao, Huifang Liu and Zhengyu Bian
Evaluation of Multidisciplinary Collaborative Care in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome and Depression and/or Anxiety Disorders (http://ow.ly/JjF330dOmle)

Lili Wei, Datun Qi, Yong'en Shi, Chuanyu Gao and Weili Liu
Relationship Between Morning Hypertension and T-Peak to T-End Interval in Patients with Suspected Coronary Heart Disease (http://ow.ly/26Q830dRKUo)

COMMENTARIES

C. Richard Conti
Antibody Therapy of Hypercholesterolemia (http://ow.ly/yEMD30dOm4N)

Some thoughts about Impact Factor and Journal Editorials (http://ow.ly/GffU30dOmIE)
To TAVR or Not to TAVR (http://ow.ly/3lvk30dOmSx)

CASE REPORT

Giancarlo Pirozzolo, Anastasios Athanasiadis, Udo Sechtem and Peter Ong
Occlusive Spasm of the Left Anterior Descending Artery and First Diagonal Branch After Implantation of Everolimus Eluting Stents Without Re-stenosis in a Female Patient with Resting Angina (http://ow.ly/3L6V30dOmA0)
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ABOUT THE JOURNAL

CVIA is available on the IngentaConnect platform and at http://cvia-journal.org/. Submissions may be made using ScholarOne Manuscripts (https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/cvia-journal). There are no author submission or article processing fees.

Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications

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Mortality from acute respiratory distress syndrome found to be lower in high-volume ICUs
In a new study that analyzed data from the large French CUB-REA database, high volume intensive care units (ICUs) were found to have lower death rates from acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) than low and moderate volume ICUs.
The high cost of surviving acute respiratory distress syndrome
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New appropriate use criteria for coronary revascularization released
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Patients with acute coronary syndrome at increased risk of suicide
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Risk score may help identify patients at risk for sudden cardiac death after acute coronary syndrome
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Ezetimibe provides particular benefit in patients with diabetes and recent acute coronary syndrome
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Ezetimibe reduces cardiovascular events in diabetics with recent acute coronary syndrome
Ezetimibe reduces cardiovascular events in patients with diabetes and a recent acute coronary syndrome, according to a subgroup analysis of the IMPROVE-IT trial presented at ESC Congress today by co-principal investigator Dr Robert Giugliano, physician in cardiovascular medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, US.1 Ezetimibe achieved greater reductions in LDL cholesterol than statins alone, resulting in lower risks of cardiovascular events in patients with diabetes.
Time is muscle in acute heart failure
Urgent diagnosis and treatment in acute heart failure has been emphasized for the first time in joint recommendations published today in the European Heart Journal.
Computational fluid dynamics in coronary plaques predict coronary artery disease
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