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Elsevier launches bi-monthly journal Case: Cardiovascular Imaging Case Reports
- 01 Mar 2017

STM publisher Elsevier and the American Society of Echocardiography, a professional, non-profit organisation of scientists and healthcare workers involved in cardiovascular ultrasound, have announced the launch of CASE: Cardiovascular Imaging Case Reports. CASE is an online, bi-monthly journal with the mission of publishing interesting and educational cases where echocardiography plays a crucial role in diagnosis and management.

Although the journal is focused on echocardiography, it also reflects current practice with multiple complementary imaging modalities, facilitating more accurate diagnosis and thereby improving patient care. The journal emphasises case-based problem solving through critical analysis, insightful solutions, and innovative imaging. It incorporates the latest technology for image exploration, including the ability to zoom and pan high-resolution images and scroll through DICOM images and manipulate them in three dimensions.

CASE is led by Editors-in-Chief Dr. L. Leonardo Rodriguez and Karen G. Zimmerman, BS, ACS, RDCS, RVT, FASE, and an editorial board of echo experts from a wide variety of countries. The journal will reflect cardiovascular practices throughout the world, and the editors mirror this global perspective.

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CRF to launch new journal on structural heart disease
- 14 Nov 2016

The Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF) has announced that it will launch a new international journal focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of structural heart disease and the importance of the heart team in managing these disorders.

Structural Heart: The Journal of the Heart Team will publish its first issue in late Spring 2017 with submissions opening in early 2017. It will feature peer-reviewed clinical and experimental reports that focus on valvular heart disease, disorders related to the left atrial appendage, myocardial disease, congenital heart disease, and more. The journal will cover topics such as natural history and prognosis, diagnostic techniques and imaging, drug treatment, transcatheter interventions, mechanical support, cardiac surgery, and clinical trials.

Regular features will include original research, clinical reviews and updates, highlights from symposia, editorial commentary, and letters. It will also publish consensus documents and white papers with recommendations on current topics in cardiovascular disease. The journal will be published by Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, part of Informa PLC, and a worldwide leader in the publication of scholarly journals, books, eBooks, text books and reference works.

Dr. Anthony N. DeMaria will serve as the Editor in Chief of the journal. Dr. DeMaria is the Judith and Jack White Chair in Cardiology and Founding Director of the Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center at the University of California, San Diego.

Dr. Ori Ben-Yehuda, Executive Director of the CRF Clinical Trials Center (CTC), will serve as Deputy Editor of the journal. Glenn Collins, Director of Business Development for Origin Editorial, a provider of peer review management services and editorial consultations, will serve as Executive Managing Editor of the journal.

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Oxford University Press publishes first issue of the European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy
- 23 Jan 2015

Academic publisher Oxford University Press (OUP) has announced the publication of the first issue of European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy (EHJCVP), which it is publishing on behalf of the European Society for Cardiology (ESC) and the Working Group on Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy.

Pharmacotherapy is an increasingly important area of cardiology given the high number of cardiac patients who are on medication of some kind. This new journal aims to publish the highest quality research, interpreting and integrating new scientific developments within the field of cardiovascular pharmacotherapy. The overarching goal of the journal is to improve the care of patients with cardiovascular disease with a specific focus on cardiovascular pharmacotherapy.

The Editor-in-Chief of EHJCVP is Professor Stefan Agewall of the Institute for Clinical Medicine at the University of Oslo. OUP will publish four issues of EHJCVP in 2015, and the journal will be freely available until December 2016.

The journal's website can be found at http://ehjcvp.oxfordjournals.org/.

Elsevier to present 10th Edition of Braunwald’s Heart Disease at American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2014
- 17 Nov 2014

STM publisher Elsevier will unveil the 10th edition of Braunwald's Heart Disease, the core of an integrated, multi-media learning system that provides definitive, current answers on every aspect of contemporary cardiovascular medicine, at the American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions 2014 in Chicago, November 15-19.

In keeping with the rapid pace of advances in the field of cardiovascular medicine, the Expert Consult eBook edition of Braunwald's Heart Disease is updated frequently with the results of late-breaking clinical trials, reviews of important new research publications, and updates on clinical practice authored by leaders in the field. Among its features are a robust update program that includes hot-off-the-press commentary, late-breaking clinical trials and focused reviews; new chapters such as Principles of Cardiovascular Genetics and Biomarkers, Proteomics, Metabolomics, and Personalized Medicine; new and updated guidelines covering diseases of the aorta, peripheral artery diseases, diabetes and the cardiovascular system, heart failure and valvular heart disease; the latest diagnostic and imaging techniques and modalities such as three-dimensional echocardiography, speckle tracking, tissue Doppler, computed tomography, and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging; and videos covering the scope of heart disease, including percutaneous coronary intervention, valvular heart disease, and cardiac magnetic resonance.

Dr. Douglas L. Mann, Dr. Douglas P. Zipes, Dr. Peter Libby and Dr. Robert Bonow, who serve as editors of Braunwald's Heart Disease, will be available at the Elsevier booth (#801) at AHA Scientific Sessions 2014 to meet with conference attendees and answer questions on November 17 and November 18.

Braunwald's Heart Disease is currently available for preorder in both single volume and two-volume formats. The print copy of the book will include the Expert Consult eBook edition. The Expert Consult eBook is now available via Inkling for purchase by itself, as well at www.elsevierhealth.com and at industry events and conferences, including the AHA Scientific Sessions 2014.

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Prof. Catherine Otto named US Editor-in-chief of international cardiology title, Heart
- 30 Aug 2013

Global healthcare knowledge provider BMJ has announced that international cardiology title, Heart, is set to take a new direction as it appoints its first US Editor-in-chief. Catherine Otto, the J Ward Kennedy-Hamilton Endowed Chair in Cardiology, and Professor of Medicine at the University Of Washington School Of Medicine in Seattle, Washington, USA, has been named the new Editor-in-chief of Heart, starting in December.

Prof. Otto is the first woman to take the helm since the title, which is co-owned with the British Cardiovascular Society, began publishing in 1939. She succeeds Adam Timmis, who has held the post for seven years.

Professor Otto is a renowned expert on aortic valve disease. Her landmark study, showing that even mild valve thickening (aortic sclerosis), is associated with a heightened risk of death, was recognised by the prestigious American College of Cardiology, which gave her its Distinguished Scientist Award (Clinical Domain) in 2011.

Professor Otto plans to give Heart a new look and feel in the run up to the publication of the title's 100th volume in 2014. The title will have a new cover from next year, and will include new features, such as Cochrane Corner, which will comment on important reviews produced by the Cochrane cardiology group; Heart Beat, an editorial summary of the papers included in each issue; and an online only educational Image Challenge to test readers' knowledge.

Additionally, she intends to boost the global focus of the title by appointing a more international editorial board and shortening time to publication of accepted articles.

The plans will be complemented by an open access sister title, Open Heart, which is gearing up for launch next year. Open Heart, which will be edited by Pascal Meier, consultant interventional cardiologist at The Heart Hospital, UCLH, London, and Assistant Adjunct Professor in Cardiovascular Medicine at Yale Medical School, will be an online only publication.

Elsevier and the American College of Cardiology launch new journal - JACC: Heart Failure
- 06 Mar 2013

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, and the American College of Cardiology (ACC) have announced that the American College of Cardiology (ACC) journals' portfolio has been expanded with the launch of JACC: Heart Failure. It is expected that this new journal will better meet the demands and challenges of treating what is now the most rapidly increasing category of cardiac disease. The first publication is now available online at heartfailure.onlinejacc.org.

Dr. Christopher O'Connor will serve as Editor-in-Chief of the journal. Each bi-monthly issue will present high-quality content, authored by experts worldwide, with a unique focus on new research and treatment options. It is projected to take its place among the top journals in the world for the understanding of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and care of heart failure patients with the intent to improve our understanding of the disease, clinical trials, clinical outcomes, and advances in therapies through scientific communication.

A state-of-the-condition update by Dr. Eugene Braunwald and the breadth of articles featured in the first issue are an example of the journal's aims to publish the full range of topics related to this condition – including basic and translational science, trials and registries, co-morbidities, biomarkers, advanced heart failure, and outcomes.

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Elsevier set to publish official journal of the Czech Society of Cardiology
- 16 Mar 2012

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, and the Czech Society of Cardiology and Czech Society for Cardiovascular Surgery, have announced the re-launch of journal Cor et Vasa.

Cor et Vasa is the official journal of the Czech Society of Cardiology, which was the first to publish breakthrough guidelines for the treatment of acute myocardial infarction recommending primary angioplasty as first choice therapy. It is open to all novel research in the field of cardiology and is recognised as a distinct international research forum gaining significant interest and contributions from all Central and Eastern European countries.

Elsevier publishes Cor et Vasa in two versions; an English version accessible online only through SciVerse ScienceDirect, and a print version based on translations of the English articles to Czech. The Czech Society of Cardiology believes that this change will help re-introduce Cor et Vasa to the international medical community and to offer the journal as a publishing platform for researchers from other countries.

Cor et Vasa publishes research articles focusing on all core topics in cardiology, with a preference for clinical cardiology. Twice a year an issue will be dedicated to one key topic for which a high profile Guest Editor will be invited to ensure highest possible quality of the journal content.

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American Heart Association launch open access journal - Journal of the American Heart Association
- 22 Feb 2012

The American Heart Association has announced the launch of an open access journal -Journal of the American Heart Association: Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease (JAHA). The journal covers free peer-reviewed research on heart disease and stroke.

As with the association's 11 print journals, articles will undergo rigorous peer review prior to publication. The online format will not have limits on the length of articles, the number of photos and illustrations, or the use of colour or video.

Initial studies published in the inaugural issue of the journal focus on stroke, peripheral artery disease, heart failure and diabetes.

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The European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation becomes the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology
- 16 Jan 2012

Academic publisher SAGE and the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) have announced that the European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation has become the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology.

The journal is the official journal of the European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (EACPR) of the European Society of Cardiology. It embraces all the scientific, clinical and public health disciplines that address the causes and prevention of cardiovascular disease, as well as cardiovascular rehabilitation and exercise physiology.

The journal serves the interests of complementary working groups in the European Society of Cardiology and other European professional societies such as hypertension, atherosclerosis, diabetes, internal medicine, behavioural medicine and general practice. It provides an avenue for reports of the European Heart Network, national heart foundations, non-governmental and governmental organisations, and the European Union.

Beginning January 2012, the new URL for the journal is http://ejpc.sagepub.com.

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SAGE and the European Society of Cardiology announce publishing partnership
- 19 Dec 2011

Academic publisher SAGE and the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) have announced the launch of the European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care. The first issue will be published in 2012.

The ESC represents over 70,000 cardiology professionals across Europe and the Mediterranean, providing an array of scientific and educational activities including publishing seven of the world’s leading cardiology journals. SAGE already publishes the Society’s European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation.

The European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care is the official Journal of the Working Group on Acute Cardiac Care of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC). It aims to publish the highest quality material, both clinical and scientific, on all aspects of acute cardiac care, such as acute coronary syndromes, cardiogenic shock, cardiac arrest, cardiac arrhythmias and acute heart failure.

The Journal offers an integrative approach combining the expertise of the different subspecialties of cardiology, emergency and intensive care medicine in the management of patients with acute cardiovascular syndromes. It will include clinical research reports on all topics related to acute cardiovascular care with ample space also dedicated to educational materials such as reviews, clinical case discussions, practical tips and tricks and how-to articles.

Prof Christiaan Vrints, from Antwerp University Hospital in Belgium will serve as the Editor in Chief of the journal.

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LWW publishes AJMS Collections with grand rounds and case report focused reviews
- 14 Jul 2011

Publisher Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) has announced the publication of Collections of The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (AJMS). The publication – comprising new collections of grand rounds and case report focused reviews - is targeted at physicians seeking a source of clinical knowledge in cardiology and other areas of patient care. Published by LWW, AJMS is the official journal of the Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (SSCI).

AJMS subscribers and SSCI members can access the special topic collections by clicking on the ‘Collections’ tab on the journal website at http://www.amjmedsci.com. The collections seek to provide a convenient and valuable resource for knowledge of key clinical topics.

The six collections currently hosted on the AJMS website are seen to offer a wealth of clinical information, drawing on the experience of current and past AJMS editors and contributors. The collections include Cardiology Grand Rounds from the University of Texas Medical Branch and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, contributed by past editor Dr. George A. Stouffer.

Another highlight is a collection of Case Report Focused Reviews — an ongoing series by Dr. Fred A. Lopez of Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. The reviews update the traditional case report format by presenting individual patient cases as the platform for a detailed, focused review of a clinical topic.

Other collections currently available on the AJMS website include Case Records of the VA Maryland Healthcare System, contributed by Dr. Philip A. Mackowiak of University of Maryland Medicine; and papers from the annual Southwestern Internal Medicine Conferences, contributed by Dr. Biff F. Palmer of University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; and a series of trainee research reports.

Future collections will include Grand Rounds contributions from current Guest Editors Dr. Daniel J. Lenihan of Vanderbilt University and Dr. Stamatios Lerakis of Emory University — both protégés of Dr. Stouffer.

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Everyday Health and the American Heart Association partner to launch daily cardiovascular newsletter
- 08 Jul 2011

Health information publisher Everyday Health, Inc., US, and the American Heart Association have joined forces to bring the latest cardiovascular news to healthcare professionals. MedPage Today, an Everyday Health property and a fast-growing medical news professional website (comScore), will develop a daily cardiovascular newsletter that will be distributed via e-mail to AHA online registrants.

The e-newsletter, 'Cardiovascular Daily,' which will launch in July 2011, will provide healthcare professionals with robust, in-depth coverage of breaking cardiovascular news. Distribution of the MedPage Today-produced 'Cardiovascular Daily' will be accomplished in phases to reach over 200,000 healthcare professionals who have opted-in to receive news via AHA's website, AmericanHeart.org.

By combining the AHA and MedPage databases 'Cardiovascular Daily' will reach a highly targeted cardiology audience - making it the leading news source for professionals in the cardiovascular community. With its team of medical journalists, and multimedia producers, MedPage Today publishes comprehensive daily coverage of cardiovascular news as well as analysis of legislative and regulatory news from Washington that impacts cardiology professionals.

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European Journal of Echocardiography announces name change and focus
- 09 Jun 2011

The European Journal of Echocardiography is changing its name to European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging. The journal is also broadening its focus to include all areas of cardiovascular imaging. The first issue of the journal with the new name will publish in 2012.

The journal will move from a technique-driven approach toward a patient and problem driven approach. It will accept submissions from all areas of cardiovascular imaging, including echocardiography, magnetic resonance, computed tomography, nuclear, and invasive imaging. The journal aims to publish quality research in a range of formats. These include original research articles, reviews, case reports, editorials, image focus, letters, and recommendation papers from relevant groups of the European Society of Cardiology.

European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging is a monthly, international, peer-reviewed journal of the European Society of Cardiology. Its editorial team includes Senior Associate Editors and editorial board members from the European Association of Echocardiography, the Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance working group, and the Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiac CT working group.

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Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals launches Aswan Heart Centre Science and Practice Series on QScience.com
- 25 Apr 2011

Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals (BQFJ) has announced the launch of Aswan Heart Centre Science and Practice Series on QScience.com, its digital publishing portal for research journals. Aswan Heart Centre Science and Practice Series is a new, peer-reviewed international cardiology journal that is dedicated to keeping cardiologists abreast of advances in the influence of basic science on clinical practice. All content in the journal will be 'open access', meaning they are free-to-read on the web and authors retain copyright on their works.

Research in Qatar has shown that one in 100 babies is born with heart disease, the most common forms of congenital problems being holes in heart, lack of valve formation, narrow arteries. The new journal is expected to provide a much-needed authoritative source and central forum on research and clinical practice.

Aswan Heart Centre Science and Practice Series will publish in-depth reviews by international experts in the field and is based partly on material presented at the annual meetings bearing the same name. The journal will also publish original material and case studies judged to have important influence on practice in all aspects of cardiology. Subject areas include, but is not limited to, clinical cardiology, ischemic, valvular, congenital and myocardial disease, arrhythmias and pacing, heart failure, imaging,epidemiology, decision analysis, primary and secondary prevention and associated translational research.

Sir Magdi Yacoub, Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS), and Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, serves as Editor-in-Chief of Aswan Heart Centre Science and Practice Series.

QScience.com's advanced technology makes research findings readily accessible and searchable and uses multimedia functionalities to support data, audio and video formats as well as text. It also claims to be the first scholarly research platform to make journal abstracts available in both English and Arabic. The platform already hosts six scholarly journals covering diverse subject areas such as information and library studies, sustainable energy, education, Middle Eastern healthcare, design and Islamic studies. Many other journals are scheduled to be added in 2011.

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Elsevier announces publishing partnership with Canadian Cardiovascular Society
- 03 Nov 2010

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced a new partnership with the Canadian Cardiovascular Society. Under the deal, Elsevier will publish the Society’s official journal, Canadian Journal of Cardiology, beginning January 2011. Dr. Stanley Nattel, Paul-David Chair in Cardiovascular Electrophysiology and Professor of Medicine at the University of Montreal and Director of the Electrophysiology Research Program at the Montreal Heart Institute Research Center, serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the journal. He will be supported by a renowned Editorial Board.

An established journal in the field of cardiovascular medicine, the Canadian Journal of Cardiology publishes peer-review material pertinent to specialists, general practitioners, and cardiovascular scientists and addresses all aspects of cardiovascular medicine. Coverage includes original reports of clinical and basic research relevant to cardiovascular medicine as well as editorials, review articles, case reports, and papers on health outcomes, policy research, ethics, medical history, and political issues affecting practice.

The journal is projected to serve as a vehicle for the international dissemination of new knowledge in cardiology and cardiovascular science, particularly serving as a major venue for the results of Canadian cardiovascular research and Society guidelines.

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SAGE set to launch new journal, Cardiac Cath Lab Director
- 22 Sep 2010

Academic publisher SAGE has announced the launch of a new journal, Cardiac Cath Lab Director (CCLD). Slated for launch in February 2011, the journal is the official journal of the Alliance of Cardiovascular Professionals (ACP). Dr. Cynthia Chernecky will serve as the editor of the journal.

CCLD will provide administrators and managers of cardiovascular catheter laboratories with the most recent research and evidence-based information regarding cardiac catheterisation procedures. Original, peer-reviewed articles cover topics such as review of literature, theoretical foundations, clinical and experimental studies, technological advancements, techniques of insertion and removal, clinical problems and care and maintenance of vascular devices in all patient populations.

CCLD will be published bimonthly beginning in February 2011.

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SAGE set to publish European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation
- 21 Sep 2010

Academic publisher SAGE has announced a new partnership with the European Association of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation (EACPR) to publish the latter's official journal, European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation. The journal was previously published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Currently in its 17th volume, the European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation embraces all the scientific, clinical and public health disciplines that address the causes and prevention of cardiovascular disease, as well as cardiovascular rehabilitation and exercise physiology. It serves the interests of complementary ESC Working Groups and other European professional societies such as hypertension, atherosclerosis, diabetes, internal medicine, behavioural medicine and general practice.

Publishing six times a year, the journal seeks to provide an avenue for reports of the European Heart Network, national heart foundations, non-governmental and governmental organisations, and the European Union.

SAGE publishes more than 150 Health Science journals, a third of which are published on behalf of Societies and Associations. The first SAGE issue of the European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention & Rehabilitation will be Volume 18 No.1 in February 2011. The new website will be http://ejcpr.sagepub.com.

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New Thieme publication assists readers to diagnose cardiovascular diseases
- 07 Sep 2010

Thieme, part of STM publisher Thieme Publishing Group, Germany, has announced the publication of Cardiac Imaging, a publication that assists readers in diagnosing the full range of cardiovascular diseases. Authored by Dr. Carlos S. Restrepo and Dr. Dianna Bardo, the publication is part of RadCases, an innovative website and book series created by Thieme.

The authors have written cases that enable a reader to shine on board exams and in practice. Each case has been carefully selected in order to simulate everything residents and medical professionals encounter during rounds, rotations and on exams. Numerous, clearly presented high-resolution colour radiographs showcase key cardiac cases.

With the book and the searchable online database, readers can rapidly locate groups of cases across all radiology subspecialtites that are organised and tailored to their immediate needs. Cardiac Imaging comes with a scratch-off code that provides a reader with twelve months of access to a database of 100 cases plus an additional 150 cases in this particular book's specialty.

Forthcoming publications in the RadCases series include Neuro Imaging, Thoracic Imaging, Pediatric Imaging, Gastrointestinal Imaging, Breast Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound Imaging, Head and Neck Imaging and Genitourinary Imaging.

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Elsevier announces new addition to the Clinics of North America series
- 28 Apr 2010

STM publisher Elsevier, Netherlands, has announced a new addition to the Clinics of North America series – Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics. Under the guidance of Consulting Editors Dr. Ranjan Thakur and Dr. Andrea Natale, each issue is devoted to a single topic that covers the most significant concerns in this field.

A quarterly publication, Cardiac Electrophysiology Clinics seeks to provide comprehensive reviews of contemporary issues of interest to clinicians. The journal is expected to help Electrophysiologists as well as other cardiologists and physicians caring for patients with arrhythmias in clinical decision making. Initial issues will feature topics such as sudden cardiac death; epicardial interventions in electrophysiology; advances in arrhythmia analyses; arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy/dysplasia; and advances in antiarrhythmic drug therapy.

Dr. Thakur is Professor of Medicine and Program Director of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship at Michigan State University and Director of the Arrhythmia Service at the Thoracic and Cardiovascular Institute, Sparrow Health System, in Lansing, Michigan. Dr. Natale is Executive Medical Director of Texas Cardiac Arrhythmia Institute at St. David’s Medical Center in Austin Texas.

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