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Source Journal of Cardiology (SJC)

Aim & scope

Source journal of Cardiology (SJC) is an international open access journal devoted to Cardiology and its research. SJC published by Source Journals is committed to publish high quality papers which covers all major areas of Cardiology and its related fields.

SJC publishes original research, latest developments, review papers, scientific data and editorials from leading scientists and scholars around the world. SJC covers the following areas but not restricted.

Echocardiography Acute Coronary Syndrome
Interventional Cardiology Angina Pectoris
Nuclear Cardiology Atherosclerosis
Symptoms of Heart Diseases Coronary Heart Disease
Diagnosis of Heart Diseases Myocardial Infarction
Causes of Heart Diseases Restenosis
Therapies for Cardiac  Disorders Cardiomyopathy
Cardiac Surgeries Congenital Heart Defects
Cardiovascular Disease Vascular Diseases
Cardiac Pacemakers Cardiology Devices
Cardiac Electrophysiology Cardiac Drugs
 


Source Journal of Cardiology (SJC) issues are published regularly. All articles pertaining to Cardiology and its related fields of research undergo heavy scrutiny by the most reputed scholars, scientists and ensure error proof articles will consider for publication.

The Encyclopaedia of SJC provides a rapid access to focused information on Heart functioning, Abnormalities of heart such as Congenital, coronary, vascular heart diseases, symptoms, diagnosis and causes of heart diseases. SJC will also covers the latest devices used in diagnosis, treatments of heart disorders, latest development in heart surgeries and impact of life style and food habits on heart. SJC welcomes original full-length articles, reviews, case studies, meeting summaries, brief reports, and editorials which covers contemporary and emerging areas inCardiac research to reach multidisciplinary audience.

The major task of SJC is to report latest advancements in Cardiology and its research. All SJC articles are accessible without any restrictions  to all users throughout the world and anyone can contribute their research or any relevant information related to the field of Cardiology.