Revista Portuguesa de Cardiologia (English edition)
ISSN: 2174-2049

The Portuguese Journal of Cardiology, the official journal of the Portuguese Society of Cardiology, was founded in 1982 with the aim of keeping Portuguese cardiologists informed through the publication of scientific articles on areas such as arrhythmology and electrophysiology, cardiovascular surgery, intensive care, coronary artery disease, cardiovascular imaging, hypertension, heart failure and cardiovascular prevention. The Journal is a monthly publication with high standards of quality in terms of scientific content and production. Since 1999 it has been published in English as well as Portuguese, which has widened its readership abroad. It is distributed to all members of the Portuguese Societies of Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Pneumology and Cardiothoracic Surgery, as well as to leading non-Portuguese cardiologists and to virtually all cardiology societies worldwide. It has been referred in Medline since 1987.

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Impact factor 2020
1.374
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Citescore 2019
1.4
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SJR 2019
0.23
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SNIP 2019
0.423
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Issue
Vol. 40. Issue 12.
Pages 903-992 (December 2021)
Issue in English
Perspectives in cardiology
2020 Top 10 Original Articles in the Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia and the Revista Portuguesa de Cardiologia
Ricardo Fontes-Carvalho, Gláucia Maria Moraes de Oliveira, Nuno Cardim, Carlos Eduardo Rochitte
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:903-10
Open access
Original articles
Suboptimal control of cardiovascular risk factors in myocardial infarction survivors in a cardiac rehabilitation program
Vasco Silva, Eduardo Matos Vilela, Lilibeth Campos, Fátima Miranda, Susana Torres, Ana João, Madalena Teixeira, Pedro Braga, Ricardo Fontes-Carvalho
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:911-20
Open access
Original Articles
Editorial comment
Cardiac rehabilitation and risk factor control: Always guaranteed results?
Marco Ambrosetti
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:921-2
Open access
Fighting the pandemic with collaboration at heart: Report from cardiologists in a COVID-19-dedicated Portuguese intensive care unit
Pedro Ribeiro Queirós, Daniel Caeiro, Marta Ponte, Cláudio Guerreiro, Marisa Silva, Sara Pipa, Ana Lúcia Rios, Diana Adrião, Raul Neto, Pedro Teixeira, Gualter Silva, Mariana Silva, Nuno Dias Ferreira, Paula Castelões, Pedro Braga
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:923-8
Open access
Original Articles
Editorial comment
A fresh future forged in fear and failure
Sílvia Monteiro
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:929-31
Open access
Transapical off-pump mitral valve repair with NeoChord™ implantation: An early single-center Portuguese experience
Pedro Gonçalves-Teixeira, Sara Costa, Daniel Martins, Paulo Neves, José Ribeiro
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:933-41
Open access
Original Articles
Editorial comment
Transapical off-pump mitral valve repair with NeoChord implantation: Is less better?
Gonçalo F. Coutinho
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:943-5
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Cardiac rehabilitation and improvement of chronotropic incompetence: Is it the exercise or just the beta blockers?
Tiago Pimenta, J. Afonso Rocha
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:947-53
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Chronotropism during exercise. Methodological and conceptual inconsistencies
Miguel Mendes
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:955-6
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Facemasks during aerobic exercise: Implications for cardiac rehabilitation programs during the Covid-19 pandemic
Tiago Pimenta, Helena Tavares, João Ramos, Mafalda Oliveira, David Reis, Hugo Amorim, Afonso Rocha
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:957-64
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Face masks and exercise: Novel insights into a contemporary conundrum
Eduardo M. Vilela, Ricardo Fontes-Carvalho
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:965-7
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State of the art
Quality of life among adults with repaired tetralogy of fallot: A literature review
Carolina Rodrigues, Manuela Silva, Rui Cerejo, Rui Rodrigues, Lídia Sousa, Conceição Trigo, Luísa Branco, Ana Agapito, José Fragata
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:969-74
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Guidelines
Optimization of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction prognosis-modifying drugs: A 2021 heart failure expert consensus paper
José Silva-Cardoso, Cândida Fonseca, Fátima Franco, João Morais, Jorge Ferreira, Dulce Brito
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:975-83
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Case report
Acute coronay syndrome in a patient with severe hemophilia A: Dificult decisions
Inês Aguiar-Ricardo, João Agostinho, Artur Pereira, Fátima Rodrigues, Dulce Brito, Fausto J. Pinto, Cristina Catarino, Mónica Mendes Pedro
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:985.e1-985.e5
Open access
Image in cardiology
Sinus Node Syndrome in a critical COVID-19 patient
Juliana Elices-Teja, Álvaro Bueno-Sacristán, Olga Durán-Bobin, Ana María Ferreiro-González, Carlos Gonzalez-Juanatey
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:987-8
Open access
Letters to the editor
Fistulous coronary artery aneurysms: Further insights into mechanistic and clinical implications
Kenan Yalta, Cihan Ozturk, Tulin Yalta, Ertan Yetkın
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:989-90
Open access
Giant right coronary artery aneurysm and fistula into the coronary sinus
Andre Briosa e Gala, Michael Pope, Milena Leo, Andrew D. Kelion, Yaver Bashir
Rev Port Cardiol. 2021;40:991
Open access
Idiomas
Revista Portuguesa de Cardiologia (English edition)

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