X-Ray Imaging, Intravascular Imaging, Echocardiography, Nuclear Cardiology, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging
The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging publishes basic and clinical communications (research articles, review articles, technical notes and editorial comments) dealing with the design, development and evaluation of imaging methods used to study cardiovascular diseases; these imaging techniques include Magnetic Resonance, computed tomography, X-ray imaging, nuclear cardiology and echocardiography. Clinical applications of imaging methods a used in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Topics include: multi-center or larger individual studies dealing with risk stratification and imaging utilization, applications for better characterization of cardiovascular diseases, assessment of the efficacy of new drugs and interventional devices. Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS) and technologies relating to video and digital image acquisition, processing, storage and analysis for cardiovascular imaging.
Physicians and other health care practitioners with an interest in cardiovascular diseases and imaging, such as general diagnostic cardiologists and radiologists, cardiovascular radiologists, imaging cardiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, pulmonologists, internists, cardiothoracic surgeons, pathologists and physicians-in-training. Medical physicists, scientists, engineers and informatics specialists working on the development of imaging tools, contrast agents or data processing for the study of cardiovascular diseases. Representatives from industries, organisations and governments involved in providing products or policies for the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases.
Five reasons to publish your paper in The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging:
- Covers all cardiovascular imaging modalities and techniques
- Strong Impact Factor: 2.539 (2010)
- Free color printing for authors!
- Annual Special Issues
- Global journal in all respects
95% of authors who answered a survey reported that they would definitely publish or probably publish in the journal again