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A EuroIntervention State of the Art on the management of cardiogenic shock; intravascular hypothermia as adjunctive therapy for primary PCI; dual therapy with dabigatran plus a P2Y₁₂ inhibitor in STEMI patients with atrial fibrillation; a trial of balloon-based techniques for severely calcified coronary lesions; neoatherosclerosis after PCI for in-stent restenosis; antithrombotic therapy for coronary erosions; a mini focus on spontaneous coronary artery dissection, and more…

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Davide Capodanno
Davide Capodanno
When it comes to submitting your own original study to a scientific journal, most of your chances for success lie in the choice of the journal itself. At least that’s what I tell my fellows when they set publication goals that I find too ambitious or unrealistic.

In reality, when I say this, many doubts assail me: am I clipping their wings? Am I hindering dreams or legitimate aspirations? What if they were right, and my suggestions are just those of a person who – immodestly – has great experience in…his own articles being rejected?##...

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