New Issue of JACC: Case Reports Focuses on Coronaries, CHD and Electrophysiology
Now live via online open access, the September issue of JACC: Case Reports is divided into three mini-focus issues highlighting coronary pathology, congenital heart disease (CHD) and electrophysiology clinical cases.
The issue's CME/MOC certified case, "What Knot to Do: Retrieval of a Kinked and Trapped Coronary Catheter," also features a podcast by the authors.
The issue features a Viewpoint with insight into the Journal's social media readership and engagement in the first year of publication, and a Voices in Cardiology viewpoint on navigating virtual fellowship interviews.
In addition, the Editor's Highlight stresses the importance of paying attention to profound iron deficiency anemia and how it may induce heart failure.