Archive of Issues
Authors having problems with submissions please notify editor: editor@hvt-journal.com
Upcoming discussions, debates

On sweet undeniable feeling of power of international intellectual feudalism, bias, discrimination, censoring and theft

 

Vol 5 ( 2021 ); Volume 1

Published: 24/02/2021

Issue Articles

MISCELLANEOUS

Content page

Full Text   |   PDF


EDITORIALS

From Editor-in-Chief: On current issue, guidelines and updates, pandemics, academic advancement, ethics, and diversity

In this issue March 2021 issue of the Heart, Vessels and Transplantation journal you may find editorial on what is new in 2020 atrial fibrillation (AF) guideline, research article on pericardial involvement after cardiac surgery and reviews on syncope evaluation and biomarkers in congenital heart disease, case reports on infectious endocarditis in acute coronary syndrome, Texidor`s twinge as a cause of chest pain, quizzes on electrocardiography and interventional cardiology, and interesting commentary on literature and medicine.

Full Text   |   PDF


EDITORIALS

What is new with AF guidelines 2020?

Full Text   |   PDF


ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE

Relationship between history of previous surgeries and pericardial involvement in patients undergoing cardiac surgery

Full Text   |   PDF


REVIEW

Head-up tilt test – a rationale for using in diagnosis of syncope

The main purpose of this review is to highlight the indications for HUTT and indicate situations in which it should be avoided due to the lack of added value of the applied therapy.

Full Text   |   PDF


ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE

The diagnostic and prognostic role of amino-terminal pro-brain type natriuretic peptides in pediatric cardiac diseases and pulmonary hypertension

In this review, we aimed to analyze recent studies concerning the role of the NT-pro-BNP in pediatric cardiac patients with pulmonary hypertension.

Full Text   |   PDF


CASE REPORT

Acute coronary syndrome, a rare manifestation of infective endocarditis: a case report

Presentation of an acute coronary syndrome related to infective endocarditis is rare but potentially lethal. For young people, acute myocardial infarction and an infection syndrome should lead us to suspect IE.

Full Text   |   PDF


CASE REPORT

Texidor’s twinge a rare cause of benign paroxysmal chest pain

Various maneuvers like lying down or sitting upright and attempting deep inspiration tends to help in such conditions. This case report is reporting an unusual presentation of this syndrome due to its long duration of episode than the duration described in the previous reports.

Full Text   |   PDF


QUIZ

Quiz: Electrocardiography

Full Text   |   PDF


QUIZ

Quiz – interventional cardiology: Coronary computed tomography angiography in non-ST elevation myocardial infarction

A-60-year-old male, attended to cardiology outpatient clinic with a numbness for 1 week without chest pain. In his medical history, no hypertension or diabetes mellitus was present.

Full Text   |   PDF


QUIZ

Answer to the quiz on page 37: Electrocardiogram

Full Text   |   PDF



MISCELLANEOUS

A tale of two cities: The influence of literature on medicine

The following piece is a reflection concerning the interplay between the art of writing and the art of medicine. We are exploring the similarities and disparities of the field with a focus on doctors – medical students and fiction authors/poets.

Full Text   |   PDF


MISCELLANEOUS

Reviewers and editors volume 5 issue 1 March 2021

Full Text   |   PDF