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Editor-authored research: 3 highly-viewed cardiology articles

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 Explore recent advances in cardiology in these three highly-cited articles co-authored by Hindawi Academic Editors.

We’re sharing some of our most read recent cardiology articles. All three papers have been co-authored by Hindawi Academic Editors, with focuses spanning conditions such as acute coronary syndromes, TPIC syndrome, and comorbidities associated with obstructive sleep apnea. Take a look at the findings from these impactful articles and get quick links to the full pieces below.


1. Rapid Classification and Treatment Algorithm of Cardiogenic Shock Complicating Acute Coronary Syndromes: The SAVE ACS Classification 

In this study, published in Journal of Interventional Cardiology, Academic Editor Vasileios Panoulas, and co-author Charles Ilsley, aimed to identify the independent “frontline” predictors of 30-day mortality in patients with acute coronary syndromes. The study also proposes a rapid cardiogenic shock classification that could assist physicians in decision making for early mechanical circulatory support deployment. 

Read the full article about cardiogenic shock and acute coronary syndromes >> 


2. Relapsing TIPIC Syndrome after Administration of an mRNA-Based COVID-19 Vaccine 

In this case study, reported in Case Reports in Vascular Medicine, Academic Editor Matthias Reinhard and colleagues describe a case of a 49-year-old woman with perivascular transient inflammation of the carotid artery (TIPIC) syndrome presenting a few days after her second vaccination with an mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccine. The authors advise that TIPIC syndrome should be considered in new-onset neck pain after vaccination. 

Read more about relapsing TIPIC syndrome and COVID-19 vaccines >> 


3. Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Diseases: Sad Realities and Untold Truths regarding Care of Patients in 2022  

In this review article, published in Cardiovascular Therapeutics, Academic Editor Nicholas Norgard and colleagues cover the diagnosis and screening of Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), cardiovascular comorbidities associated with OSA, clinical management, and the impact of treatment on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. 

Read the research on obstructive sleep apnea and cardiovascular diseases >> 


About our editors and the work they do 

Our editors play a vital role in ensuring that our journals publish high-quality research relevant to the aims and scope of the journal. In addition, as leaders in their fields, our editors also carry out their own research. Many choose to submit their research to the journal they edit, or to another Hindawi journal. These manuscripts go through the same rigorous research integrity processes as all manuscripts submitted to our journals.  


The benefits of being a Hindawi Academic Editor 

Hindawi Academic Editors receive a full APC waiver on all co-authored manuscripts published in the journal they edit. They are also eligible for a 50% APC waiver as corresponding author on papers published in other Hindawi journals.  

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