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Scandinavian Cardiovascular Journal


Title Abbreviation
Scand Cardiovasc J
ISSN
1401-7431
Electronic ISSN
1651-2006
Readership
Cardiologists, Cardiovascular Surgeons, Critical Care Physicians, Epidemiologists, Interventionalists, Physiologists, Surgeons, Vascular Medicine Specialists, Vascular Surgeons
Scope
The principal aim of Scandinavian Cardiovascular Journal is to promote cardiovascular research that crosses the borders between disciplines. The journal is a forum for the entire field of cardiovascular research, basic and clinical including: • Cardiology - Interventional and non-invasive • Cardiovascular epidemiology • Cardiovascular anaesthesia and intensive care • Cardiovascular surgery • Cardiovascular radiology • Clinical physiology • Transplantation of thoracic organs. The editorial base of the journal is Scandinavian; however both readership and contributors are truly international.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Norwegian Cardiothoracic Surgery Society, Swedish Association for Thoracic Surgery, Swedish Heart Association
Publisher Name
Taylor & Francis, Inc. - UK
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