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Journal of Heart Failure Case Reports: Circulation Journal

Journal of Heart Failure Case Reports: Circulation Journal publishes case reports in congestive heart failure, heart transplant surgery, medicine and diagnosis. Heart failure is a complex clinical syndrome that results from a functional or structural heart disorder impairing ventricular filling or ejection of blood to the systemic circulation. It is by definition a failure to meet the systemic demands of circulation. Heart failure remains a highly prevalent disorder worldwide with a high morbidity and mortality rate. Congestive heart failure is caused by structural abnormalities of the heart, functional abnormalities, and other triggering factors. Historically, an overwhelming majority of the cases were due to coronary artery disease and myocardial infarction.

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Journal of Heart Failure Case Reports: Circulation Journal is an open access, peer-reviewed International Journal it is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge in the field of heart failure management. The journal publishes Reviews article, Case Report, Clinical Image, Case Series, Original Article, Research Paper and editorials to improve the understanding, prevention, investigation and treatment of heart failure. The journal considers for publication content related to heart failure, mechanical circulatory support and heart transplant science and medicine, Molecular and cellular biology, pathology, physiology, electrophysiology, pharmacology including studies conducted in humans or analyses of human data. The goal of the Journal is to improve our understanding of the disease, clinical trial, clinical outcomes, and advances in therapies through timely, insightful scientific communication. The Journal embraces interdisciplinary relationships with neuroscience, pulmonary medicine, nephrology, electrophysiology, and surgery as they relate to heart failure.

Journal of Heart Failure Case Reports: Circulation Journal