Journal Information
Issue
Vol. 38. Issue 5.
Pages 309-390 (May 2019)
Issue in English
New perspectives
Sacubitril/valsartan: A practical guide
Cândida Fonseca, Dulce Brito, Jorge Ferreira, Fátima Franco, João Morais, José Silva Cardoso
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:309-13
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Original articles
Long-term assessment of the Ross procedure in adults: Clinical and echocardiographic follow-up at 20 years
Sara Guerreiro, Márcio Madeira, Regina Ribeiras, João Queiroz e Melo, Manuel Canada, Eduarda Horta, Carla Reis, José Pedro Neves, Miguel Mendes
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:315-21
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Long-term results of the Ross procedure in adults
José Carlos Areias
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:323-4
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Is metabolic syndrome a prognostic marker in patients at high cardiovascular risk? A long-term cohort study
Ana Teresa Timóteo, Miguel Mota Carmo, Cristina Soares, Rui Cruz Ferreira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:325-32
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular risk
Evangelista Rocha
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:333-5
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Resistance training improves cardiovascular autonomic control and biochemical profile of rats exposed to a Western diet in the perinatal period
Michael Nadson Santos Santana, Vitor Ulisses De Melo, Fabricio Nunes Macedo, André Sales Barreto, Robervan Vidal-Santos, Matiotti Neto, Marcio Roberto Viana dos Santos, Valter Joviniano Santana-Filho
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:337-45
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Heartfelt exercise: Physical exercise gets the cardiovascular system into shape
Frederico C. Pereira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:347-8
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Short- and medium-term prognosis of Takotsubo syndrome in a Portuguese population
Dina Bento, Olga Azevedo, Rui Santos, Ana Almeida, Kevin Domingues, Bruno Marmelo, Liliana Reis, Catarina Ruivo, Rui Guerreiro, Rui Lima, Ricardo Faria, Ana Marreiros, Nuno Marques
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:349-57
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Prognosis of Takotsubo syndrome in Portugal
Jorge Mimoso
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:359-60
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Impact of a brief psychological intervention on lifestyle, risk factors and disease knowledge during phase I of cardiac rehabilitation after acute coronary syndrome
Ana Cláudia Fernandes, Teresa McIntyre, Rui Coelho, Joana Prata, Maria Júlia Maciel
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:361-8
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Review article
Heart disease and pregnancy: State of the art
Tatiana Guimarães, Andreia Magalhães, Arminda Veiga, Manuela Fiuza, Walkíria Ávila, Fausto J. Pinto
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:373-83
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Case report
Identification of a critical isthmus in complex macroreentrant atrial tachycardia using Ripple mapping in a patient with surgically repaired Ebstein's anomaly
Gustavo Lima da Silva, Nuno Cortez-Dias, Luís Carpinteiro, João de Sousa
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:385.e1-385.e4
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Image in cardiology
Patent foramen ovale may not always be benign in the elderly
Ana Aires, Nuno Oliveira, Filipe Macedo, Elsa Azevedo
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:387-8
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Recommended article of the month
Brief Comment Video to the Recommended Article of the Month
Rev Port Cardiol. 2019;38:389
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Idiomas
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