Archives of Clinical Cardiology and Research

Archives of Clinical Cardiology and Research is an online peer reviewed scholarly open access journal which deals with the latest advancements and research findings in the field of cardiology and mainly focusses on the study of clinical cardiology, cardiac arrest, arrhythmias, coronary artery disease, congenital heart diseases, cardiac surgery, myocardial infarction, cardiovascular diseases, cardiomyopathy, invasive and interventional cardiology, etc.

Archives of Clinical Cardiology and Research journal publishes high quality research articles, reviews, case-reports, short communication, commentary etc. by providing a good platform to eminent scholars, researchers, directors, professors, young scientists, students etc. ACCR is a multi-disciplinary journal which focusses on the practical and clinical approach to the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular diseases and also considered as one of the fastest acceptance to publication times in the field of Cardiology.

Aims and Scope

Archives of Clinical Cardiology and Research is a peer-reviewed scientific journal aiming to provide high quality manuscripts both relevant and applicable to the recent findings in the field of clinical cardiology and its current research which mainly focusses on various practices and updated knowledge in all the aspects of cardiology which includes cardiovascular medicine and new diagnostic techniques including cardiovascular imaging, drugs that have been used for various cardiovascular diseases, etc.

ACCR journal designed to publish top quality papers covering the original basic and clinical researches to latest advancements in the field of Cardiology such as angiogenesis, cardiovascular drugs, myocardial infarction, cardiac arrest, physiology and pathology of various cardiovascular disorders, etc. Archives of Clinical Cardiology articles are specially designed to increase the readership, visibility and also the educational value of the journal for betterment of the scientific community.

All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – CrossRef and are permanently archived and available at Gavin Publishers website in HTML and PDF formats.