SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL of the Hungarian Society of Cardiology

2. Aims and Scope

Cardiologia Hungarica – established in 1972 – is the official peer-reviewed, scientific journal of the Hungarian Society of Cardiology. The entire journal is available in print and electronically (Open Access). The publication languages of the journal are Hungarian and English. Cardiologia Hungarica is dedicated to publishing original clinical and basic research on all aspects of cardiovascular diseases, as well as editorials, review articles, and case reports. The target readership includes academic members, specialists, residents, and general practitioners working in the fields of adult and pediatric cardiology, cardiovascular surgery and internal medicine.

Aims of the Journal:

  • Publishing high quality original articles, both clinical and scientific, on all aspects of cardiovascular medicine
  • Assisting the professional education of cardiologists with the publication of relevant and interesting systematic reviews
  • Publishing professional guidelines and working group statements
  • Expanding the knowledge of physicians and general practitioners in the field of Cardiology

Article categories:

  • Original clinical or experimental articles
  • Case reports
  • Systematic reviews
  • Meta-analyses
  • Guidelines
  • Consensus and position papers
  • Editorials
  • ECG quiz
  • Images in cardiology
  • Scientific letter / Letter to the Editor

Publications can be submitted on the following topics:

  • Invasive cardiology
  • Electrophysiology
  • Cardiovascular imaging
  • Acute and intensive cardiovascular care
  • Heart failure
  • Congenital heart disease
  • Pediatric cardiology
  • Heart surgery
  • Experimental cardiology
  • Cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation
  • Cardiovascular genetics

There are no fees to submit or publish content in Cardiologia Hungarica.

ISSN (print): 0133-5596

ISSN (online): 1588-0230

Archiving policy: Published content is archived in the Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.