The Journal for Cardiology

For Author's Instruction and Aims & Scope

The Journal for Cardiology, Impact Index: 4.15, ISJN: 5743-8468, Imprint: Photon, Category: Peer Reviewed Indexed International Journal

Manuscript Submissions at: photonjournal@yahoo.com



Royalty Program: Royalty on your Books, Theses and Dissertation

You can also sell your prestigious books/ thesis and research article at  Photon Journal.  It can be put on sale at Price US$ 100. Email at    photonjournal@yahoo.com    for listing request.

Choose Annual Royalty Options as below- 

Option B: Pay Registration Fee US$ 155 and 40% Royalty to Authors 

Option C: Pay Registration Fee US$ 255 and 50% Royalty to Authors 

Option D: Pay Registration Fee US$ 355 and 60% Royalty to Authors 

Option E: Pay Registration Fee US$ 455 and 70% Royalty to Authors 

Option F: Pay Registration Fee US$ 555 and 80% Royalty to Authors 

Option G: Pay Registration Fee US$ 655 and 90% Royalty to Authors. 

Get the Royalty directly into your bank account and earn from your BooksChaptersTheses, Dissertation and Patent.


Interactions Between Non Modifiable Environmental, And Cardio metabolic Factors For Premature Peripheral Artery Disease In Brazzaville, Congo 


Thierry Gombeta, Benjamin Longo-Mbenzab*, Lucien Muizila Kinib, Alexis Bolengac, Paul Macaire Ossou-Nguietd, Bebène Bandzouzi Ndambad, Bertrand Ellenga-Mbollae 



a Faculty of Health Sciences, Marien Ngouabi University, Brazzaville, Congo 

b Walter Sisulu University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Mthatha, South Africa 

C Onchology service, University Hospital Center, Brazzaville, Congo 

D Neurology service, University Hospital Center, Marien Ngouabi University, Brazzaville, Congo 

E Cardiology service, University Hospital Center, Marien Ngouabi University, Brazzaville, Congo 


Keywords: 

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD), uncontrolled hypertension, lifestyle changes, inflammation, Central Africans 


Photon Ignitor: ISJN57438468D722418062016 


Citation: 

Mbenza B.L.* Gombet T. Kini L.M. Bolenga A. Ossou-Nguiet P.M. Ndamba B.B. Bertrand Ellenga-Mbolla Ellenga-Mbolla., 2016. Interactions Between Non Modifiable Environmental, And Cardio metabolic Factors For Premature Peripheral Artery Disease In Brazzaville, Congo. The Journal for Cardiology. Photon 109, 187-198 


Abstract 

Aim: To investigate the epidemiology of Peripheral arterial Disease (PAD) with reference to inflammation and stratification of ages, body mass index(BMI), and high density lipoprotein cholesterol(HDL – C) in urban Central Africans with hypertension. Material and Methods: This cross – sectional study was carried out from January 1st 2010 to December 30th 2011, using univariate and multivariate(logistic regression) analyses among Black Central Africans with hypertension and from Brazzaville, capital of Republic of Congo. PAD, dependent variable, was defined by ankle – brachial index (ABI) ≤ 0.90. After adjusting for confounders, logistic regression models 1were performed. Results: PAD occurred in 118 (34.9%) out of 338 hypertensive patients. In not entering physical activity status in logistic regression model 1, cigarette smoking, excessive alcohol intake, low HDL-C, abdominal obesity, uncontrolled hypertension, and ERS≥ 20mm/1sthour were the most important and independent determinants of PAD. However, in entering physical activity status within logistic regression model 2, cigarette smoking, low HDL-C, abdominal obesity, uncontrolled hypertension, ERS≥ 20mm/1sthour, and physical inactivity were the most and independent determinants of PAD. Conclusion: Policy makers, stakeholders, health professionals, and hypertensive patients need to address the socio – economic and behavioral determinants and investigate best strategies for optimal management of high prevalence of PAD in Brazzaville, Congo.

















Abstract:Functional ischemic mitral regurgitation (MR) worsens prognosis in acute ST- elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). QRS duration affects MR and is correctable by resynchronization Aim: Check if primary coronary angioplasty (PPCI) is superior in improving ventricular synchronicity and thus decreasing MR in acute inferior STEMI. Methods: Sixty five patients, 29 treated by PPCI and 36 by thrombolysis, had evaluation of QRS duration in all 12 leads of the surface electrocardiogram, at admission, 3 days later and pre-discharge. All had echocardiography and MR assessment at admission and predischarge. Results: QRS duration in the inferolateral leads decreased pre-discharge, more significantly in patients treated with PPCI. In the non-infarction electrocardiographic leads, QRS duration did not change. Eleven patients had reduction in MR severity, 9 of them were treated by PPCI. No PPCItreated patient had significant MR at discharge while 3 of the fibrinolysis group had MR grade 3. Patients with reduction in MR grade had a significant decrease in QRS duration at discharge. Conclusions: Severity of MR decreased more in PPCI patients and paralleled reduction in QRS duration in inferior-lateral infarction ECG leads. Thus, improvement in ventricular synchronicity may be involved and possibly, in some patients, biventricular pacing may be beneficial.






Coronary Risk Estimation According to a Recalibrated Framingham-Wilson Score in the Maracaibo City Metabolic Syndrome Prevalence Study


Valmore Bermúdeza*, Juan Salazara, Luis Belloa, Joselyn Rojasab, Roberto Añeza, Willy Roquea, Mayela Cabreraa, Yaquelin Torresa, Alexandra Toledoa, Maricarmen Chacína, Edward Rojasa, Manuel Velascoc, Hamid Seyfia, Rafael Parísd, Zafar H. Israilie, José López Mirandaf


Abbreviations:

CAD: Coronary Artery Disease, CARMELA: Cardiovascular Risk Factor Multiple Evaluation in Latin America, CVD: Cardiovascular diseases, FEW: Framingham-Wilson Equation, JNC-5: Fifth Report of the Joint National Committee on Prevention, Detection, Evaluation, and Treatment of High Blood Pressure, MI: Myocardial Infarction, MMSPS: Maracaibo City Metabolic Syndrome Prevalence Study, SD: Standard Deviation, WHO: World Health Organization

Keywords:

Coronary artery disease, Framingham-Wilson equation, calibration, Risk factors

Photon IgnitorISJN57438468D721305092014

Citation: Bermúdez V., Salazar J., Bello L., Rojas J., Añez R., Roque W., Cabrera M., Torres Y., Toledo A., Chacín M., Rojas E., Velasco M., Seyfi H., París R., Israili H.Z., Miranda J.L., 2014. Coronary Risk Estimation According to a Recalibrated Framingham-Wilson Score in the Maracaibo City Metabolic Syndrome Prevalence Study. The Journal for Cardiology. Photon 107, 160-170.



Abstract 

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to determine coronary risk using a calibrated the Framingham-Wilson equation (FWE). Materials and Methods: A total of 1,379 subjects were selected using the suggested age for the application of the equation (a range of 30 to 74 years old). The FWE was calibrated using local data concerning cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Results: Using the original FWE the overall risk at 10 years was 6.15 (2.79-11.44), with 8.1 (4.7-14.4) for men and 4.6 (1.8-9.3) for women; p=1.03x10-31. When applying the calibration, the overall risk was 3.29 (1.55-6.25) and 2.61 (1.00-5.42) for women with a 4.08 (2.36-7.35) for men; p=2.43x10-21. As for classifying the sample according to risk categories the following results were obtained: Low risk with 66.2% (n=913), Moderate risk 23.6% (n=326), High risk 8.9% (n=123), and Very high risk 1.2% (n=17). Discussion and Conclusions: The recalibrated FWE is an alternative for coronary risk evaluation in non-Caucasian populations such as Latin-American communities, but at the same time reflects the need to adapt the risk-assessment tools according each ethnic group and specific variables involved in the genesis of cardiovascular diseases. Future prospective studies need to be conducted analyzing current coronary risk and novel risk factors.

Conferences on Cardiology are sponsored by Afghanistan Journal of Cardiology, Albanian Journal of Cardiology, and Algerian Journal of Cardiology. Andorra Journal of CardiologyAngola Journal of Cardiology and Antigua Journal of Cardiology are official journal for Ph D research in Cardiology. Barbuda Journal of Cardiology is prominent journal in Caribbean region. Argentina Journal of Cardiology is most cited journal among South American countries. Armenia Journal of Cardiology and Aruba Journal of Cardiology are dedicated for Post Doctoral Research in CardiologyAustralia Journal of Cardiology, Austria Journal of Cardiology and Azerbaijan Journal of Cardiology are published for high class peer reviewed research articles in Cardiology. Bahamas Journal of Cardiology is sponsored by scientific associations of Arab countries. Bahrain Journal of Cardiology, Bangladesh Journal of Cardiology, Barbados Journal of Cardiology and Belarus Journal of Cardiology promotes jobs in Cardiology. Belgium Journal of Cardiology, Belize Journal of Cardiology and Benin Journal of Cardiology fuels carrier in Cardiology . Bhutan Journal of Cardiology and Bolivia Journal of Cardiology publish original research articles, and reviews. Bosnia and Herzegovina Journal of Cardiology and Botswana Journal of Cardiology offers travel grant to research scholars. Brazilian Journal of Cardiology is prestigious journal among SARC countries. Brunei Journal of Cardiology provides funding for research projects. Bulgaria Journal of Cardiology is most influential journal among department of Cardiology across European countries. Burkina Faso Journal of Cardiology Burma Journal of Cardiology Burundi Journal of Cardiology publish contributions by recognized scientists worldwide. Cambodia Journal of Cardiology and Cameroon Journal of Cardiology are established for promotion of e books on Cardiology. Canadian Journal of Cardiology and Cape Verde Journal of Cardiology publish high impact research articles on Cardiology. Cayman Islands Journal of Cardiology and Central African Republic Journal of Cardiology  are the voice of research in Universities. Chad Journal of Cardiology Chile Journal of Cardiology and China Journal of Cardiology publish  high impact review articles on Cardiology. Colombia Journal of Cardiology Comoros Journal of Cardiology Democratic Republic of Congo Journal of Cardiology are official publications of the several research Societies. Costa Rica Journal of Cardiology is supported by American societies for research and education. Ivory Coast Journal of Cardiology is leading choice of University Professors. Croatia Journal of Cardiology Cuba Journal of Cardiology Cyprus Journal of Cardiology Czech Journal of Cardiology Denmark Journal of Cardiology Djibouti Journal of Cardiology and Dominica Journal of Cardiology adhere to the promotion of academic exchange and information transfer. Dominican Republic Journal of Cardiology and Ecuador Journal of Cardiology publish high impact technical report on Cardiology. Egypt Journal of Cardiology and El Salvador Journal of Cardiology are inviting applications for young scientist award in Cardiology. Equatorial Guinea Journal of Cardiology are recognized for high quality peer-reviewed full-text journals. Eritrea Journal of Cardiology and Estonia Journal of Cardiology publish high impact case study on CardiologyEthiopia Journal of Cardiology, Fiji Journal of Cardiology, Finland Journal of Cardiology are world's top most influential journals in CardiologyFrance Journal of Cardiology is the most highly rated peer-reviewed research journal in Cardiology. Gabon Journal of Cardiology, Gambia Journal of Cardiology, Georgia Journal of Cardiology and Germany Journal of Cardiology are sponsored by institutes and industries. Ghana Journal of Cardiology is officially published to support African Federations for Cardiology. Greece Journal of Cardiology is known for highest readership in Cardiology across European countries. Grenada Journal of Cardiology Guatemala Journal of Cardiology Guinea Journal of Cardiology Guinea-Bissau Journal of Cardiology and Guyana Journal of Cardiology  are world's leading platform for high indexed research. Haiti Journal of Cardiology Holy See Journal of Cardiology Honduras Journal of Cardiology Hong Kong Journal of Cardiology Iceland Journal of Cardiology Indian Journal of Cardiology Indonesia Journal of Cardiology are widely circulated journals in Asian countries for Cardiology. Iran Journal of Cardiology and Iraq Journal of Cardiology are organizing workshops in every months. Department of Cardiology at Ireland offers programs with a scientific approach to Cardiology education in the country.  Israel Journal of Cardiology is established for Electronic Information Management. Italy Journal of Cardiology is authenticate source of scholarly communication. Jamaica Journal of Cardiology Japan Journal of Cardiology Jordan Journal of Cardiology Kazakhstan Journal of Cardiology Kenya Journal of Cardiology Kiribati Journal of Cardiology North Korea Journal of Cardiology and South Korea Journal of Cardiology are official international journals allowing access to abstracts and full texts. Kuwait Journal of Cardiology rewards editorial board on Cardiology for excellent review process. Kyrgyzstan Journal of Cardiology Laos Journal of Cardiology Latvia Journal of Cardiology Lebanon Journal of Cardiology Lesotho Journal of Cardiology Liberia Journal of Cardiology Libya Journal of Cardiology Liechtenstein Journal of Cardiology Lithuania Journal of Cardiology Luxembourg Journal of Cardiology Macau Journal of Cardiology Macedonia Journal of Cardiology and Madagascar Journal of Cardiology aim to provide a broad scope for researchers and students to present their new ideas and research results. Malawi Journal of Cardiology screens top most Editors on Cardiology in southeastern Africa. Malaysian Journal of Cardiology authorizes academic publications in Cardiology in South East Asia. Maldives Journal of Cardiology celebrates grand leadership among competitive journals. Mali Journal of Cardiology is specialist journal covering the latest advancements in Cardiology. Malta Journal of Cardiology announces publication of leading research articles in Cardiology. Marshall Journal of Cardiology is publishing a series on how to publish world class research articles. Islands Journal of Cardiology presents list of highly cited research articles in Cardiology. Mauritania Journal of Cardiology is broadcasting a series on job opportunities in Cardiology. Mauritius Journal of Cardiology is offering multi language translation and editing services to authors. Mexico Journal of Cardiology promotes technology transfer between technologists from industry and professors from academics. Micronesia Journal of Cardiology and Moldova Journal of Cardiology invite application for book proposals from authors. Monaco Journal of Cardiology is dedicated for bachelor's degree in Cardiology.  Mongolia Journal of Cardiology provides a forum for original papers and technology transfer. Montenegro Journal of Cardiology Morocco Journal of Cardiology Mozambique Journal of Cardiology Namibia Journal of Cardiology Nauru Journal of Cardiology Nepal Journal of Cardiology Netherlands Journal of Cardiology New Zealand Journal of Cardiology and Nicaragua Journal of Cardiology accept applications for Theses review from Universities and supervisors. Niger Journal of Cardiology is supporting diploma courses in CardiologyNigeria Journal of Cardiology supports courses in Cardiology. Norway Journal of Cardiology Oman Journal of Cardiology Pakistan Journal of Cardiology are established for promotion of books on CardiologyPalau Journal of Cardiology and Panama Journal of Cardiology are established for promotion of thesis on Cardiology. New Journal of Cardiology Guinea Journal of Cardiology and Paraguay Journal of Cardiology offer translation services. Philippines Journal of Cardiology and Poland Journal of Cardiology employ best reviewers on Cardiology for publication of high impact research articles. Portugal Journal of Cardiology Qatar Journal of Cardiology Romania Journal of Cardiology Russia Journal of Cardiology and Rwanda Journal of Cardiology provide instructions on how to write excellent eBook on Cardiology. Samoa Journal of Cardiology San Marino Journal of Cardiology Sao Tomé Journal of Cardiology Príncip Journal of Cardiology and Saudi Arabia Journal of Cardiology sponsor candidates for travel grants. Senegal Journal of Cardiology organize workshop on Cardiology in African countries. Serbia Journal of Cardiology annually organizes  guidelines on how to prepare manuscripts. Seychelles Journal of Cardiology offers open access publication platform. Singapore Journal of Cardiology and Slovakia Journal of Cardiology are best journals for Post doctorate in Cardiology Slovenia Journal of Cardiology, Solomon Journal of Cardiology and Islands Journal of Cardiology provide scholarships in Cardiology to faculty and students. Somalia Journal of Cardiology and South African Journal of Cardiology offer scholarships for higher education. Spanish Journal of Cardiology and Sri Lanka Journal of Cardiology publish high impact short communication on Cardiology. Saint Kitts Journal of Cardiology and Saint Lucia Journal of Cardiology organize conference on Cardiology. Saint Vincent Journal of Cardiology and Sudan Journal of Cardiology evaluate courses in Cardiology. Suriname Journal of CardiologySwaziland Journal of Cardiology and Sweden Journal of Cardiology identifies global leaders in Cardiology. Switzerland Journal of Cardiology and Syria Journal of Cardiology aids to innovative projects. Taiwan Journal of CardiologyTajikistan Journal of Cardiology and Tanzania Journal of Cardiology are top most journals for PhD in Cardiology. Thailand Journal of Cardiology sponsors research articles for faculty recruitment programs in Asian countries. Togo Journal of Cardiology, Tonga Journal of Cardiology, Tobago Journal of Cardiology and Tunisia Journal of Cardiology encourage Thesis publication as book. Turkey Journal of Cardiology, Turkmenistan Journal of CardiologyTuvalu Journal of Cardiologyand Uganda Journal of Cardiology are designed to improve education in CardiologyUkraine Journal of Cardiology United Arab Emirates Journal of Cardiology and United Kingdom Journal of Cardiology invite application for participation in online Seminar/ Webinar. United States Journal of Cardiology organizes seminar on Cardiology. Uruguay Journal of Cardiology, Uzbekistan Journal of Cardiology recommends rich syllabus of CardiologyVanuatu Journal of CardiologyVenezuela Journal of Cardiology and Vietnam Journal of Cardiology also accepts Hardcover books, also known as hardback or hardbound books / paperback for publication. Yemen Journal of Cardiology, Zambia Journal of Cardiology and Zimbabwe Journal of Cardiology are dedicated for integrating research and education.