Journal Information
Issue
Vol. 37. Issue 11.
Pages 873-960 (November 2018)
Issue in English
Original articles
Cardiac computed tomography prior to atrial fibrillation ablation: Effects of technological advances and protocol optimization
Hugo Marques, Pedro de Araújo Gonçalves, António Miguel Ferreira, Rita Cruz, João Lopes, Rosana dos Santos, Lucian Radu, Francisco Costa, João Mesquita, Pedro Carmo, Diogo Cavaco, Leonor Parreira, João Pisco, João Goyri O’Neill, Pedro Adragão
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:873-83
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Cardiac computed tomography for atrial fibrillation ablation – a one-stop shop?
Ana G. Almeida
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:885-7
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CRUSADE: Is it still a good score to predict bleeding in acute coronary syndrome?
Dina Bento, Nuno Marques, Pedro Azevedo, João Guedes, João Bispo, Daniela Silva, José Amado, Walter Santos, Jorge Mimoso, Ilídio de Jesus
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:889-97
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
The CRUSADE score and bleeding in acute coronary syndrome
Jorge Mimoso
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:899-900
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What is the role of beta-blockers in a contemporary treatment cohort of patients with acute coronary syndrome? A propensity-score matching analysis
Ana Teresa Timóteo, Sílvia Aguiar Rosa, Madalena Cruz, Rita Ilhão Moreira, Ramiro Carvalho, Maria Lurdes Ferreira, Rui Cruz Ferreira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:901-8
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Left main and/or three-vessel disease in patients with non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction and low-risk GRACE score: Prevalence, clinical outcomes and predictors
João Filipe Carvalho, Adriana Belo, Kisa Congo, David Neves, Ana Rita Santos, Bruno Piçarra, Ana Filipa Damásio, José Aguiar
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:911-9
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Risk stratification in acute coronary syndromes: When less is more
Jorge Ferreira
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:921-2
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Neurocognitive profiles in adolescents and young adults with congenital heart disease
Maria Emília Areias, Bruno Peixoto, Ivone Santos, Lígia Cruz, Ana Regadas, Carolina Pinheiro, Helena Monteiro, Sara Araújo, Tânia Carvalho, Joana Miranda, Cláudia Moura, Joana Soares, Victor Viana, Jorge Quintas, José Carlos Areias
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:923-31
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Original Articles
Editorial comment
Congenital heart disease: New challenges
Isabel Santana
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:933-4
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Review article
A 2018 overview of diuretic resistance in heart failure
Sofia Isabel Jardim, Luís Ramos dos Santos, Inês Araújo, Filipa Marques, Patrícia Branco, Augusta Gaspar, Cândida Fonseca
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:935-45
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Case report
Sudden cardiac arrest due to atrioventricular block: A diagnostic challenge
Francisco Javier Irazusta, Adrian Rivas, Sandra Rosillo, Veronica Rial, Elena Refoyo, Raul Moreno, Esteban Lopez de Sa, Jose Luis Lopez-Sendon
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:947.e1-4
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Image in cardiology
Complex congenital heart disease with absent pulmonary arteries
Jorge Abreu-Ferreira, Sandra Pereira, João Sarmento, Sofia Granja, António J. Madureira, Maria João Baptista
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:949-50
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Letters to the editor
Turner syndrome and pregnancy: A multidisciplinary approach
Ruth Alvarez, María Luisa Rodríguez, María Martín
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:951
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Focus on spontaneous coronary artery dissection: Where are we now?
Dario Buccheri
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:953-5
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Recommended article of the month
Brief Comment Video to the Recommended Article of the Month
Rev Port Cardiol. 2018;37:959
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