Special Issue "(Cardio-)Vascular System in Health and Disease: Current Update and Perspectives—Volume II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 1618
Interests: cardiovascular system; heart rate variability; gravitational adaptation
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We are thrilled to announce the release of the second volume of our Special Issue, "(Cardio-)Vascular System in Health and Disease: Current Update and Perspectives—Volume II". As we all know, cardiovascular disease is a major public health concern and a leading cause of death worldwide. Therefore, we have assembled a diverse collection of research articles that explore this system from a variety of perspectives, including pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cardiovascular disease.
This Special Issue features contributions from esteemed scholars and researchers from around the world, whose work represents a broad range of disciplines and approaches. Our contributors have provided unique perspectives on the latest research in the field, which offers valuable insights into the current understanding of cardiovascular disease and its management.
In this volume, we have included articles that discuss current trends in the management of cardiovascular disease, including the use of novel therapies and approaches to prevention. We have also included articles that explore the pathogenesis of the cardiovascular disease, providing insights into the underlying mechanisms of the disease and potential new targets for therapy.
It is worth noting that this Special Issue is a continuation of the successful first volume, which saw nearly 30 articles published on the topic. We are confident that this second volume will continue to advance the field of cardiovascular research and provide valuable insights to practitioners, scholars, and researchers alike.
We invite you to visit our website to access the first volume of our Special Issue, which is available at the following link:
Thank you for your continued support of our Special Issue. We look forward to your contributions to future volumes and to the ongoing advancement of cardiovascular research.
Prof. Dr. Nandu Goswami
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- blood pressure
- autonomic function
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- tilt table
- older adults