Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience is a quarterly publication that aims to serve as an interface between clinical neuropsychiatry and the neurosciences by providing state-of-the-art information and original insights into relevant clinical, biological, and therapeutic aspects. Each issue addresses a specific topic, and authors are invited by the Editorial Board. All contributions are reviewed by members of the Editorial Board and submitted to expert consultants for peer review.
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Dialogues in Cardiovascular Medicine is published three times a year, and it is a journal for cardiologists and physicians who have an interest in cardiology. The aims are to provide up-to-date information on specific areas of cardiovascular medicine and to encourage an open dialogue between key opinion leaders and readers about the topics, guidelines, registries, etc, that have impressed and captivated them at various meetings and congresses throughout the year. One issue will be devoted to the Heart Failure congress and another to the European Society of Cardiology congress. The third issue, “The Year in Cardiology,” will provide an overview of the most important events and information that occurred in cardiology throughout the year. Dialogues is indexed in EMBASE and Scopus and is part of the continuing medical education program of several major international cardiological societies.
Heart and Metabolism is a journal focusing on the management of cardiovascular diseases. Its aim is to inform cardiologists and other specialists about the newest findings on the role of metabolism in cardiac disease and to create awareness of their potential clinical implications.
The management of patients with angina, as well as those with heart failure and hypertrophic or dilated cardiomyopathy, is also discussed.
Moreover, the effects on the heart of metabolic diseases such as diabetes mellitus are highlighted.
Each issue includes an editorial, followed by articles on a key topic. Experts in the field explain the metabolic consequences of cardiac disease and the multiple potential targets for pharmacotherapy in ischemic and non ischemic heart disease.
This is the web edition of the printed journal.
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