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Journal of Cardiology Case Reports

Online ISSN: 2631-9934

Shigeo Masuda (Editor-in-Chief)

University of Tokyo, Japan

Journal of cardiology case reports is an open access, peer reviewed journal designed for the wide dissemination of research in the field of cardiology to worldwide audience.

Journal of cardiology case reports provides an important resource for new developments in methodology and techniques for the research community.

Journal of cardiology case reports emphasis on conceptual breakthroughs, its goal is to facilitate rapid publication and aimed to publish the clinical cases on various areas of heart related issues, cardiovascular medicine, cardiovascular diseases, myocardial infraction, atrial fibrillation, valvular heart diseases, cardiomyopathy, heart failure, coronary artery diseases, atherosclerosis, arrhythmias, angina, congenital heart diseases, pericardial disease, vascular diseases, hypertension, peripheral arterial disease, heart defects, paediatric cardiology, echocardiography, heart surgery and treatment. Cardiology images are also welcome for possible publication.

Journal of Cardiology Case Reports welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors. You can submit your manuscript to: alternatively to: 

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by Journal of Cardiology Case Reports, is properly cited.

Dr. Shigeo Masuda

Dr. Shigeo Masuda received his MD from the University of Tokyo in 1996, and PhD in Hematology/Oncology from the Graduate School of Medicine, University of Tokyo, Japan. He was an Assistant Professor and an Associate Professor at Jichi Medical University, Japan, from 2007 to 2012, and joined RIKEN CDB in 2011. He studied at the Belmonte Lab in the Salk Institute from 2012 to 2014. Currently, he is an Associate Professor of Cardiovascular Surgery in Osaka University, Japan. His interest is regenerative medicine using iPS-derived cells, including molecular targeted therapy for iPS-derived undifferentiated cells to improve safety.

Editorial Board

Tim A. Fischell

Michigan State University
Director, Cardiovascular Research
Borgess Heart Institute

Akira Sugawara

Department of Molecular Endocrinology
Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine

Sevket Balta

Cardiac catheterization laboratory
Department of Cardiology
Gulhane Military Medical Academy

Shu-Fen Wung

Associate Professor
Biobehavioral Health Science Division
The University of Arizona College of Nursing

Viroj Wiwanitkit

Hainan Medical University

Chike Nwabuo

Harvard Medical School

Leonardo S. Roever-Borges

Department of Clinical Research
Federal University of Uberlândia

Dai-Min Zhang

Department of Cardiology
Nanjing First Hospital
Nanjing Medical University
PR China

Michał Ambroziak

Department of Cardiology
Medical Centre of Postgraduate Education

Prof. Lekha Adik Pathak

Director- Cardiology
Nanavati Super specialty Hospital

Annick Haouzi

Associate Professor of Medicine
Penn State Medical School
Heart and Vascular Institute
Hershey Medical Center

Aayla Jamil

Heart/Lung Transplant and Pulmonary Research
Baylor Research Institute

Ali Karkus

Department of Emergency Medicine
Mustafa Kemal University

Maurizio Porcu

Department of Cardiology
Azienda Ospedaliera Brotzu

Joe Nemeth

Department of Emergency Medicine
Montreal General Hospital

Nicola Mumoli

Department of Internal Medicine
Ospedale Livorno

Lombardi Carlo Mario

Department of Medical and Surgical Specialties, Radiological Sciences
and Public Health
University and Civil Hospital

Efstathios P. Efstathopoulos

Department of Radiology
University of Athens

Maurizio Santomauro

Department of Cardiovascular Emergency
University of Naples

Michel Henry

Department of Cardiology
Apollo Hospital

Harm Wienbergen

Department of Cardiology
Bremen heart foundation

Takuzo Hano

Department of Medicine
Wakayama Medical University

Arnon Blum

Department of Cardiology
Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute
University of Miami

Majed Odeh

Department of Internal Medicine
Bnai Zion Medical Center

Shigeo Masuda

Department of Cardiovascular Surgery
Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine

Federico Benetti

Department of cardiology
Benetti Foundation

Hironobu Ihn

Department of Life Sciences
Kumamoto University

Mehmet OC

Department of Cardiovascular Surgery
Selcuk University Faculty of Medicine

Abhishek Deshmukh

Department of Cardiovascular Medicine
Mayo Clinic

Mona M Rayan

Department of Cardiology
Ain Shams University

Berna S Çevik

Department of Pediatric Cardiology
Marmara University School of Medicine

Lucia Leccisotti

Nuclear Medicine Unit
Fondazione Pol. Universitario A. Gemelli IRCCS

In Press

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Takuzo Hano

Case Report-Journal of Cardiology Case Reports (JCCR)

March 18, 2019

Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 1

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Editorial-Journal of Cardiology Case Reports (JCCR)

September 24, 2018

Drug eluting balloons for treatment of femoropopliteal disease

Umair JM Khan Aayla K Jamil Irfan UllahMuhammad A Khan

Review Article-Journal of Cardiology Case Reports (JCCR)

October 16, 2018

Biophysical methods to characterize cardiovascular tissues

Valérie Samouillan Jany Dandurand Colette LacabanneMichel Spina Aleyda B Amaro Vicenta Llorente-Cortes

Commentary-Journal of Cardiology Case Reports (JCCR)

November 26, 2018

Effect of modified early warning system on rapid response team call outcome

Shahriar Dadkhah Ekta Shrestha Aswin Ratna Kansakar Negar Faramarzi Amishi Parekh Lydia Dacenko-Grawe Sumit Sohal Mohammed Omer Ahmed Abdalla Hugo Jose Macchi Cattoni Bahaa Al- azzam Philippos Tsourkas

Research article-Journal of Cardiology Case Reports (JCCR)

December 17, 2018


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Journal of Cardiology Case Reports welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors. You can submit your manuscript to:  alternatively to:

Publication Charges

Journal of Cardiology Case Reports is an Open Access journal and we do not charge the end user when accessing a manuscript or any article. This allows the scientific community to view, download, distribution of an article in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited, under the term of "Creative Commons Attribution License". In line with other open access journals we provide a flat fee submission structure on the acceptance of a peer-reviewed article which covers in part the entirety of the publication pathway (the article processing charge). The process includes our maintenance, submission and peer review systems and international editing, publication and submission to global indexing and tracking organisations and archiving to allow instant access to the whole article and associated supplementary documents. We also have to ensure enough investment to secure a sustainable model which ethically, legally and financially stable.

The publication charges for Journal of Cardiology Case Reports are GBP 2590.

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