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Vol. 41. Núm. 7.
Páginas 521-610 (Julho 2022)
Original articles
Hyperkalemia as a limiting factor of neurohormonal blockade/modulation in everyday clinical practice
Henrique Vasconcelos, Joana Cabral, Emília Moreira, Manuel Campelo, Sandra Amorim, Brenda Moura, Alexandra Sousa, Roberto Pinto, Paulo Maia-Araújo, Cláudia Dias, José Silva-Cardoso
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:521-7
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Continuous Aspiration Mechanical Thrombectomy for the management of intermediate- and high-risk pulmonary embolism: Data from the first cohort in Portugal
Rita Calé, Ana Rita Pereira, Filipa Ferreira, Sofia Alegria, Gonçalo Morgado, Cristina Martins, Melanie Ferreira, Ana Gomes, Tiago Judas, Filipe Gonzalez, Corinna Lohmann, Débora Repolho, Pedro Santos, Ernesto Pereira, Maria José Loureiro, Hélder Pereira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:533-45
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Effects of azithromycin on ventricular repolarization in children with COVID-19
Suleyman Sunkak, Mustafa Argun, Binnaz Celik, Onur Tasci, Agah Bahadir Ozturk, Dogan Bahadir Inan, Murat Dogan
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:551-6
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Two years later, azithromycin for COVID-19 and the effect on the heart, is it still relevant?
Sérgio Matoso Laranjo
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:557-8
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Associations between perfusion defects, tissue changes and myocardial deformation in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, uncovered by a cardiac magnetic resonance segmental analysis
Pedro Garcia Brás, Sílvia Aguiar Rosa, Boban Thomas, António Fiarresga, Isabel Cardoso, Ricardo Pereira, Gonçalo Branco, Inês Cruz, Luís Baquero, Rui Cruz Ferreira, Miguel Mota Carmo, Luís Rocha Lopes
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:559-68
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Uncovering hypertrophic cardiomyopathy pathophysiology – the unsolved role of microvascular dysfunction
Alexandra Toste
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:569-71
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Original Articles
End commentary
Cancer patients with acute coronary syndrome have non-superior bleeding risk compared to patients with similar characteristics – a propensity score analysis from the ProACS registry
Tânia Branco Mano, Ana Teresa Timóteo, Sílvia Aguiar Rosa, Adriana Belo, Rui Cruz Ferreira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:573-82
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
State of the art
Cardio-oncology: Understanding the different mechanisms of cardiovascular toxicity
Júlia Cristina Toste
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:587-97
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Research letter
Prognostic impact of potassium levels at admission in acute heart failure patients. An exploratory analysis
Renato Guerreiro, Sérgio Maltês, Gonçalo Cunha, Catarina Rodrigues, Célia Henriques, Inês Araújo, Cândida Fonseca
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:599-600
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Case report
Androgen deprivation therapy mimicking acute coronary syndrome: A case report
Yaniel Castro-Torres, Alexander Triana-Díaz, Ángel Alexander Cuellar-Gallardo, Arnaldo Rodríguez-León, Eduardo Rodríguez-González
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:601.e1-601.e3
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Case Report
Editorial comment
Image in cardiology
Self-limited massive hematemesis
Dimitrios Afendoulis, Athanasios Kartalis, Nikolaos Papagiannis, Maria Moutafi, Petros Voutas, Ioannis Gklotsos, Dimitrios Siskos, Aristodimos Maratsos, Konstantinos Toutouzas
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:605-7
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Letter to the editor
Kawasaki disease: Specific considerations in the management of coronary artery sequelae
Kenan Yalta, Ugur Ozkan, Tulin Yalta, Ertan Yetkın
Rev Port Cardiol. 2022;41:609-10
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Idiomas
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