Journal Information
Issue
Vol. 36. Issue 1.
Pages 1-76 (January 2017)
Sumário em português
Perspectives in cardiology
For the improvement of Heart Failure treatment in Portugal - Consensus statement
Cândida Fonseca, Dulce Brito, Rui Cernadas, Jorge Ferreira, Fátima Franco, Teresa Rodrigues, João Morais, José Silva Cardoso
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:1-8
Open access
Original articles
Global and regional patterns of longitudinal strain in screening for chemotherapy-induced cardiotoxicity
Guilherme Portugal, Luísa Moura Branco, Ana Galrinho, Miguel Mota Carmo, Ana Teresa Timóteo, Joana Feliciano, João Abreu, Sónia Duarte Oliveira, Lurdes Batarda, Rui Cruz Ferreira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:9-15
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Subclinical cardiotoxicity in cancer therapy: The impact of early detection
Ana G. Almeida
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:17-9
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Usefulness of right ventricular and right atrial two-dimensional speckle tracking strain to predict late arrhythmic events in adult patients with repaired Tetralogy of Fallot
Ana T. Timóteo, Luísa M. Branco, Sílvia A. Rosa, Ruben Ramos, Ana F. Agapito, Lídia Sousa, Ana Galrinho, José A. Oliveira, Mário M. Oliveira, Rui C. Ferreira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:21-9
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Do prices reflect the costs of cardiac surgery in the elderly?
Pedro Coelho, Vanessa Rodrigues, Luís Miranda, José Fragata, Pedro Pita Barros
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:35-41
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Price and cost: An unfriendly relationship in the institutions of the National Health Service
Manuel J. Antunes
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:43-4
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Effects of percutaneous renal sympathetic denervation on cardiac function and exercise tolerance in patients with chronic heart failure
Jun-Qing Gao, Yun Xie, Wei Yang, Jian-Pu Zheng, Zong-Jun Liu
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:45-51
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Renal denervation in heart failure: Modulating the sympathetic nervous system
Joana Delgado Silva
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:53-4
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Review article
Analysis of the Cochrane Review: Fibrates for secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease and stroke
Gilberto Pires da Rosa, Diogo Libânio, Luís Filipe Azevedo
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:55-8
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Case reports
Spontaneous coronary artery dissection: Still a lot to learn
David Neves, Ângela Bento, Renato Fernandes, Lino Patrício, José Aguiar
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:59.e1-5
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Severe thrombocytopenia induced by iodinated contrast after coronary angiography: The use of gadolinium contrast and intravascular ultrasound as an alternative to guide percutaneous coronary intervention
José María Cubero-Gómez, Francisco J. Guerrero Márquez, Luis Diaz-de la-Llera, Mónica Fernández-Quero, Agustín Guisado-Rasco, Manuel Villa-Gil-Ortega
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:61.e1-4
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Acute myocardial infarction caused by left atrial myxoma: Role of intracoronary catheter aspiration
Ahmad Al-Fakhouri, Muhammad Janjua, Michele DeGregori
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:63.e1-5
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Images in cardiology
Fractional flow reserve assessment with adenosine: Be aware of the QT interval
David Martí, María José Morales, Salvador Álvarez, Jorge Palazuelos, Ignacio Rada
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:65-6
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Coronary sinus atrial septal defect in a 65-year-old woman: Diagnosis by two- and three-dimensional echocardiography
Rafael De la Espriella-Juan, Rafael Payá-Serrano, Andrés Cubillos-Arango, Bruno Bochard-Villanueva, Sergio Sánchez-Álvarez, Salvador Morell-Cabedo
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:67-8
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Simultaneous acute closure of the right coronary artery and left anterior descending artery in a young male
Ewa Szczerba, Karol Zbroński, Zenon Huczek, Robert Kowalik, Grzegorz Opolski
Rev Port Cardiol. 2017;36:69-70
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Letters to the editor
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