Annals of Cardiology is a peer-reviewed, fully open access, online-only journal that publishes research in therapeutic areas and all disciplines of cardiology. The journal welcomes original research, review articles, educationally valuable case reports, quality improvement projects, images, perspectives, editorials and commentaries related to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of congestive heart failure, congenital heart disease, hypertension, cardiomyopathy, valvular heart disease, arrhythmia and coronary artery disease (please read the subjects covered by the journal below to learn more).
The journal aims to provide a unique platform for medical staff members, young cardiologists and clinicians to learn specifically about rare medical cases and conditions discovered through the latest methods of examination, in addition to the epidemiological, genetic and pathophysiological topics.
Some of the subjects covered include:
Kenneth Hall, Managing Editor
Current Volume: Volume 1, Issue 1
Open Access: For all article types
All articles published by Annals of Cardiology are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication, without subscription charges or registration barriers.
Article Processing Charges
Annals of Cardiology accomplish global open access. The journal, therefore, levies an affordable article-processing charge of
$1495 Free* for each article accepted for publication.
Peer Review — High standard, rigorous peer review
All articles that reach us undergo a double-blind peer review by at least two anonymous reviewers before being considered for publication in the journal.
Post-publication Open Peer Review
Following publication, the peer review comments would be made open for anyone to read. The authors have the option to make the peer review history publicly available after publication.
Increased credibility and wider dissemination of published articles.
*APC waived off for submissions until 31 July 2023.
Division of Cardiovascular Medicine
Department of Medicine,
University of Louisville, USA
Department of Internal Medicine
The Ohio State University, USA
Division of Cardiology
Department of Medicine
Augusta University, USA
James V. Cireddu
Michael Del Core
Department of Cardiology
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Erika D. Feller
Afshan B. Hameed
Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology
University of California, Irvine, USA
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Authors are encouraged to submit all the components as 'zip file' while submitting on our online system or via email as an attachment.
Cover Letter should:
All persons who qualify for authorship should be listed as authors. However, the corresponding author must ensure that each author listed has substantially contributed or participated sufficiently in the work and is responsible for that particular portion of the manuscript. However, people who do not qualify for authorship should be listed in acknowledgments.
One author (corresponding author) should be listed with an asterisk and should provide his or her email address. For the remaining authors, if applicable, following information should be included:
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
This should include all the people who have contributed toward the work in one way or the other. However, authors are required to ensure that people acknowledged should agree to being so named.
List all the sources of funding, including relevant research grant numbers, as applicable. Also, authors are encouraged to list all the contributing authors associated with specific funding, if applicable.
Conflict of interest
The corresponding author is required to provide a statement of conflict of interest on behalf of all the authors. For further information, please refer to our Conflict of Interest Policy page.
While we are not obligated to use these or recommend to the concerned Editor(s), we do encourage authors to provide names and contact information of 2-4 external reviewers and, if applicable, 1-2 opposed reviewers.
The word count for original research is 3500–4000 words and up to 5500 words for studies involving meta-analysis. Authors are encouraged to employ a standard and concise writing style. If you are not a native English speaker, we encourage you to utilize our language editing services-or ask a native English speaking colleague for assistance.
All manuscript submissions can have the following sections:
The title should not exceed 200 characters and set in title case. The title should be concise, specific, and easily comprehensible to readers.
The abstract should not exceed 300 words and should be unstructured (without sub-heading such as objective, methodology, results, discussion, etc.). It should provide a clear description of the objective(s) of the study, demonstrate the methodology used, and summarize the study's prime conclusion(s). At the end, a statement regarding the study's significance to a potentially wider audience should be included.
Authors can provide 4-6 keywords. The first letter of each keyword should be upper case, and keywords should be separated by a semicolon (;).
Published work along with any citable items should be cited in the reference list. While we follow very stringent reference formats, authors need not to spend time formatting their reference. They can submit the manuscripts formatted in any reference style (style will be formatted once the manuscript is accepted for publication), but it is preferable that they adhere to the journal format.
For Health and Medicine
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Example journal article (2-6 authors): Salwachter AR, Freischlag JA, Sawyer RG, Sanfey HA. The training needs and priorities of male and female surgeons and their trainees. J Am Coll Surg. 2005; 201: 199-205.
Example journal article (more than 6 authors): Fukushima H, Cureoglu S, Schachern P, et al. Cochlear changes in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2005; 133: 100-6.
Example book: Modlin J, Jenkins P. Decision Analysis in Planning for a Polio Outbreak in the United States. San Francisco, CA: Pediatric Academic Societies; 2004.
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In-text citation: For referencing an article, a number is used. This is different from in-text citations in AMA—author's last name is not used. The order of numbering will be contingent on the order in which you use that reference within your paper. For example, the first article referenced will be given number one in superscript (1) followed by second and third articles as 2,3. In references section, the articles should appear numerically in the order they are cited within the text.
Figures and Tables
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Figure captions and legends
Figure files should be included in the main document, and not as supplemental materials. Figure caption should be preceded by the figure, while figure legends should immediately follow the figure. Figure captions should be concise (not to exceed 18 words) and set in bold type. All figures should be numbered in sequence, using Arabic numerals, for example, Figure 1, Figure 2, etc.
Table captions and legends
Tables should be cited in ascending numeric order. Each table should be preceded by a table caption (brief and specific; not to exceed 18 words), and immediately followed by table legends, if applicable, used to explain abbreviations and other supporting information about the data. Larger tables, however, can be submitted as supplemental materials.
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Information integral to the comprehensive understanding of the manuscript, but is either too large to be included in the main document or due to any other reason, should be submitted as support materials, such as 3-D visualizations, interactive graphics, large tables and/or figures, and so on. However, authors should note that normal figures and tables should not be included under supplemental materials.
For manuscripts reporting medical studies that involve human or animal subjects, ethics committee that approved the study must be identified in the manuscript. For studies involving human subjects, all work must conform to the recognized standards as per the "Declaration of Helsinki". In case of any experiments involving animals, authors must provide a declaration that all measures were taken to avoid animal suffering at each stage and also must furnish a detailed description of the procedures used.
In manuscripts reporting patient cases, patient anonymity must be preserved. Case reports submitted to Rivera Publications should conform to the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors' (ICMJE) recommendations. Patient privacy should be taken care of, and personally identifiable information should not be revealed without informed consent. If informed consent has been obtained, the details must be mentioned in the manuscript.
For live patients, signed consent is mandatory if the authors wish to reveal the patient's identity. In case of deceased patients, consent must be taken from patient's next of kin. If patient's consent was not obtained, patient's details should be anonymized as much as possible. Patient's photographs need to be cropped sufficiently to prevent revelation of identity.
Authors are not required to submit the copy of the patient's consent while submitting their manuscript for consideration in Rivera Publications. However, they should confirm in the Cover Letter that the patient's consent has been obtained. In certain instances, the Editorial Office might request the authors to provide a copy of the same.
Closure of LIMA and a Saphenous vein graft within a short period of six months post CABG in presence of patent RIMA
Mohsin. Ibrahim, and Ahmed. M. Habeeb
Case report: Ann Cardiol 1(1): 1
May 03, 2019 DOI: ann-cardiol/1/1
Multiple Arrhythmias in COVID-19 Patients: A Case Series
Savalan Babapoor-Farrokhran, Zachary Port, Deanna Gill, Zaid Ammari, Sumeet Mainigi, and Aman Amanullah
Case report: Ann Cardiol 1(1): 2
Oct 20, 2020 DOI: Ann Cardiol/1/1/2
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