Cardiac Electrophysiology Review
Card Electrophysiol Rev
ISSN (printed): 1385-2264. ISSN (electronic): 1573-725X.
Cardiac Electrophysiology Review is an international journal dedicated to clinicians who care for patients with arrhythmias and arrhythmia-related disorders. State-of-the-art care of such patients requires a wide spectrum of experience and knowledge of arrhythmia mechanisms noninvasive assessment methods invasive electrophysiological techniques pharmacology pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators. Keeping up with the advancements in all of these areas is a major challenge. The Review 's mission is to keep the practitioner informed of these advancements. The broad field of arrhythmia management has been divided into eight sections: I. Arrhythmias Syndromes and Clinical Trials; II. Invasive Electrophysiologic Studies and Ablation; III. Noninvasive Electrocardiology; IV. Pharmacology; V. Pacemakers; VI. Implantable Defibrillators; VII. Basic Science (relevant to clinical practice); VIII. Health Care Delivery Reimbursement and Regulation. Each section will be published at the same time each year (two sections per quarterly issue) and will review the past year's advancements. Each section will have a recognized authority as section editor and an advisory panel comprising specialty and general clinicians to select the material to be published and to assure its quality and clinical relevance. The format of the Review is designed for efficient presentation of information. Section Reviews will present the year's advancements in all topics covered by the section. In-Depth Reviews will focus on a subsection of particular interest. Special Features will present information in a variety of formats such as tables comparing pacemaker features and prices. Because clinical medicine is subjective and there is potential for conflicts of interest many articles will be followed by a counterpoint or opposing commentary for a balanced perspective. A major aim of the Review is to provide a renewable core of information upon which the practitioner can rely from year to year.
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