The Official Journal of EuroPCR and the European Association of Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (EAPCI)

Instructions to authors

Welcome to the authors page. In this section you will find basic information and guidelines on how to submit you manuscript to EuroIntervention for review.

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General guidelines for manuscript preparation

Online submission:

Articles can only be submitted via Editorial Manager: https://www.editorialmanager.com/eij

 

Contact:

Submission enquiries should be directed to eurointervention@eurointervention.org

 

Publication Ethics statement:

EuroIntervention follows the recommendations of the ICMJE – International Committee of Medical Journal Editors: “Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals” and COPE – Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) code of conduct for editors. EuroIntervention follows COPE’s guidelines.

The journal expects all parties involved in the publication of content in EuroIntervention (the publisher, editors, authors, and reviewers) to follow these guidelines on best practice and publication ethics.

Please read the instructions below carefully.

Manuscripts that do not strictly adhere to the submission guidelines will be returned to the authors. Manuscript submissions should conform to the guidelines of the ICMJE: “Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals,” available online at http://www.icmje.org

*Please ensure that the completed ICMJE form does not exceed 1MB

Editorial policies, ethical guidelines

Authorship:

The authors are responsible for the content of the manuscript. All of the authors must have read and approved the manuscript. All of the authors should have participated sufficiently in the work to take public responsibility for parts of the content. Authors included in the manuscript should meet all of the following conditions: 1) substantial contributions to the design and conception, to the acquisition of data, or interpretation and analysis of data; 2) drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content; and 3) final approval of the manuscript submitted to the Journal. Any other contributors to the work who do not qualify for authorship should be listed in an acknowledgements section. Please refer to the ICMJE guidelines for more information about authorship.

 

Informed consent:

Studies involving experimental animals and humans must conform to the guiding principles of the Declaration of Helsinki.

Studies must have been approved by the Institutional Committee on Human Research at the author’s institution and human subjects must have given informed consent for participation in the study. Written and signed consent to publish patient descriptions, illustrations or videos should be obtained from all persons who can be identified and sent to the editorial office of EuroIntervention.

If such informed consent has not been obtained, personal details of patients included in any part of the paper and in any supplementary materials, illustrations and videos, must be removed before submission. Please also refer to the ICMJE recommendation http://www.icmje.org/recommendations/browse/roles-and-responsibilities/protection-of-research-participants.html

 

Reporting guidelines for main study types:

EuroIntervention advises the authors to follow the guidelines for their study type available on the website Equator Network http://www.equator-network.org

Randomised controlled trials (RCTs):

All clinical trials should follow the CONSORT guidelines http://www.consort-statement.org and the paper must be accompanied by a CONSORT table indicating compliance with these reporting standards All trials should be registered prospectively in www.clinicaltrials.gov and www.clinicaltrialsregister.eu, and the paper should include registration numbers and the name of the register.

Systematic reviews and meta-analyses: PRISMA http://www.prisma-statement.org guidelines

Observational studies in epidemiology: STROBE guidelines https://www.strobe-statement.org

Animal Preclinical studies: ARRIVE https://www.nc3rs.org.uk/arrive-guidelines

 

Relationship with the industry, conflict of interest:

All authors of a paper must make a formal disclosure of any financial associations that might pose a conflict of interest in connection with the submitted article at the time of submission on the cover letter as well as in the title page. The corresponding author should also collect and upload the ICMJE form of each author and upload them with the manuscript after the first revision.

If none of the authors has a conflict of interest, please state clearly “The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.” If one or more of the authors has declared a conflict of interest, the remaining authors must state clearly that they have no conflicts of interest to declare.

Examples of possible conflicts are: consultancies, corporate appointment, stock ownership or other equity interest or patent-licensing arrangements, etc.

Manuscript will be sent back to the authors if the conflicts of interest statements are not indicated in the original submission.

Manuscripts will be sent back to the authors if one or more of the ICMJE forms are missing after first revision of the manuscript.

 

Just Accepted papers:

As a public service to our readers, accepted articles – peer reviewed by the Editors of EuroIntervention – will be published online upon acceptance. The content of articles is the sole responsibility of the authors, and not that of the journal or its publisher. Accepted manuscripts will be published online prior to any technical editing, for- matting for publication or further author proofreading.

Only after the Editors allocate the manuscript to a specific issue of the journal will the proofing process begin.

By submitting your revised manuscript to EuroIntervention, you confirm the acceptance of all 3 of the following conditions:

– Your total responsibility for the content of your article

– Permission for its publication by EuroIntervention on its website and in the regular edition of the journal

– The transfer of copyright of your article for its publication to Europa Digital & Publishing (EuroIntervention’s publisher).

 

 

 

Preparation of the manuscript

 

Cover letter:

Manuscripts must be accompanied by a cover letter. This letter should:

(1) specify concisely the significance of the paper, the novelty and the message, the relation to daily practice and the incremental value compared with existing literature;

(2) declare that the paper is not under consideration elsewhere;

(3) declare that none of the paper’s contents have been published previously;

(4) declare that all authors have read and approved the manuscript;

(5) make full disclosure of any potential conflict of interest for each and everyone

of the listed authors;

(6) designate one corresponding author

Please note that authorship and affiliation will not be changed after acceptance.

 

Manuscript transfer with European Heart Journal:

If your paper is a European Heart transfer paper, please cite this together with the EIJ manuscript number.

If your manuscript has been formally reviewed by EuroIntervention, we ask that you revise your paper in accordance with the reviewer’s comments and submit the revised paper to us with the rebuttal letter.

If your manuscript has not been formally reviewed by EuroIntervention, please mention this in your cover letter and on the submission website.

A list of suggested objective reviewers may also be provided.

 

General format:

Prepare your manuscript text using a Word processing package (save as .doc / .docx). Submissions in PDF form are not permitted. Oxford (UK) English style and spelling should be used. Manuscripts should be double-spaced, including text, tables, legends and references. The number of tables, figures and references should be appropriate for the manuscript content. Tables must also be submitted in Word format, JPEG is not acceptable (see below). Please be aware that if you exceed the recommended word count the Editors reserve the right to decline the manuscript for peer review. Please enter the information in Editorial Manager exactly as it appears in your manuscript, i.e., authors names, authors academic affiliations, keywords, conflict of interest etc…

 

Title page:

The title page should include the following:

(1) The title.

(2) The name(s) of the author(s) (including full first name and middle initial). Up to

13 authors will be accepted. A collaborators list can be added, with qualifications and affiliations if necessary.

(3) The authors’ academic qualifications (e.g., MD, PhD, etc.).

(4) Department(s) and institution(s) to which the authors are affiliated. List the cur-

rent affiliations of all authors and link the authors’ names and affiliations by “1”, “2”, “3”, etc., after each author’s name, before the degree(s)/qualification(s) and before the list of affiliations.

(5) Short running title (no more than 50 characters including spaces).

(6) Corresponding author – only one corresponding author will be accepted. Full name, postal address and e-mail address of the author to whom the printer’s

proofs and all communications should be sent.

(7) All the authors of a paper must make a formal disclosure of any financial associations that might pose a conflict of interest in connection with the submitted article at the time of submission in the cover letter as well as on the title page. The corresponding author should collect and upload the ICMJE form of each author and upload them with the manuscript after first revision.

If none of the authors has a conflict of interest, please state clearly “The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.” If one or more of the authors have declared a conflict of interest, the remaining authors must state clearly that they have no conflicts of interest to declare.

Examples of possible conflicts are: consultancies, corporate appointment, stock ownership or other equity interest or patent-licensing arrangements, etc.

Manuscripts will be sent back to the authors if the conflict of interest statement of each author is not indicated in the original submission.

Manuscripts will be sent back to the authors if one or more of the ICMJE forms are missing at the first revision of the manuscript.

(8) Total word count – the total word count of the manuscript (including Title Page, Abstract, Text, References, Tables and Figures Legends)

(9) A head and shoulders portrait of the first author (300 dpi /high resolution image) must be submitted.

 

Abstract:

Abstracts may not contain more than 200 words. The abstract must be formatted with the following headings: (1) Aims, (2) Methods and results, (3) Conclusions.

 

Classifications:  

A maximum of six keywords may be submitted. The classifications must be an exact match to those you have entered in Editorial Manager.

 

Abbreviations:   

All abbreviations and acronyms should be expanded upon first use in the text, and

thereafter the abbreviation/acronym should be used. Please provide a list of abbreviations.

 

Condensed abstract:

Condensed abstracts may not contain more than 100 words.

 

Tables:

Tables must be submitted in Word document format only. Do not use images for tables (for example: JPEGs, screenshots and other images will not be accepted). Tables must have the table number and title clearly indicated. Tables must be cited in numerical order in the text. All abbreviations used within the tables must be listed in alphabetical order in a footnote appearing beneath the table.

Tables must be numbered using Arabic numerals both within the text and in the accompanying captions. Label tables carefully when submitting.

 

Figures, line drawings and graphs:

The number of submitted figures should be appropriate to avoid redundancy and promote clarity. Figures must be saved in JPEG or TIFF format at a resolution of at least 300 dpi (dots per inch). The size of each image must preferably be a minimum of 8 cm×8 cm. This size is equivalent to one column width of printed text. Label figures carefully when submitting.

Figures must be numbered using Arabic numerals. For figures in panel format please use the following notation: Figure 1A, Figure 1B, Figure 1C, etc., for the different panels. All abbreviations used must be listed in alphabetical order in a foot- note under the figure.

All figures must be referred to and cited in numerical order in the text. If one panel of a Figure is referred to, then all panels of that Figure must be referred to, and appear in alphabetical order in the text. If this is not appropriate, simply refer to the Figure number and omit mention of the panels.

All figures must have a title and a legend which should be listed in your manuscript after the References.

It is the author’s responsibility to obtain permission from the copyright holders: copyright applies to photographs and original artwork for diagrams and it is courteous to seek permission for extensive use of factual matter in a table or box. Journals, not authors, usually retain copyright for articles.

Please note that the Editorial Board actively encourages the submission of moving images relating to the online publication. Please use AVI, Quicktime, DivX, AVI, MP4 or WMV format for moving images. We recommend a maximum of 8 moving images. For each moving image the maximum size is 1 MB and each should be accompanied by a descriptive legend placed after the References in the manuscript, under the subtitle “Online data supplement”.

Please contact the Editorial Office for moving image submission assistance at eurointervention@eurointerventon.org

 

Impact on daily practice:

In no more than 3 sentences (i.e., 125 words=900 characters with spaces), please explain the clinical significance of your article, underlining the “take-home” message that you believe a reader should retain for their daily practice.

 

Acknowledgments:

The contributions of individuals whom the authors would like to acknowledge should be listed in the Acknowledgements section above the Funding and/or Conflict of interest statement.

 

Funding:   

All sources of funding should be acknowledged in this section.

 

References:

References in the main body of the article/text must be cited using Arabic numerals in brackets and numbered in the order cited. These should be placed before, not after, sentence punctuation. References in an Online supplement must be numbered consecutively to the references in the print paper. Example: If you have 10 references in the main part of the manuscript, then the references in the Online data supplement would start with number 11.

Please provide only 1 list of references combining the references of the main part of the manuscript and the online data supplement.

The following will not be accepted as references:

  • Personal communications
  • Abstracts
  • Manuscripts submitted and not accepted
  • Manuscripts in press
  • Oral presentations at congresses

References listed at the end of the article/text must appear in the following format: Journal:

Format: #. Author of article AA, Author of article BB, Author of article CC. Title of article. Abbreviated title of journal in italics. Year;vol:page number(s). Example: 1. Fitzgerald E, Morrison V, Shaffy R. Drug-induced disorders of the liver. EuroIntervention.1980;24:130.

Please note:

  • No “et al” citations will be accepted – please list all author names.
  • EuroIntervention does not include issue numbers, e.g.: Circulation. 1980;24(1):17-30.
  • Use the Index Medicus abbreviations for journal names (in italics followed by a full stop), e.g., N Engl J Med. (not NEJM).

Chapter in a book:

Format: #. Author of part, AA. Title of chapter or part. In: Editor A, Editor B, editors. Title: subtitle of book. Edition (if not the first). Place of publication: Publisher; Year. p. page numbers.

Example: 2. Ford HL, Sclafani RA, Degregori J. Cell cycle regulatory cas- cades. In: Stein GS, Pardee AB, editors. Cell cycle and growth control: bio- molecular regulation and cancer. 2nd ed. Hoboken, NJ, USA: Wiley-Liss; 2004. p. 42-67.

Book:

Format: #. Author(s) AA. Title: subtitle. Edition (if not the first). Vol. (if a mul- tivolume work). Place of publication: Publisher; Year. p. page number(s) (if appropriate).

Example: 3. Lawhead JB, Baker MC. Introduction to veterinary science. Clifton Park, NY, USA: Thomson Delmar Learning; 2005.

 

Article categories

 

EuroIntervention does not accept case reports.

The following information should be noted for these categories:

 

Clinical and Preclinical, Experimental Research

Submitted manuscripts must not exceed 5,000 words. If the authors exceed the word count, the Editors will not consider the manuscript for peer review. These papers should be divided into the following sections:

(1) Title page

(2) 3-part abstract

(3) Classifications

(4) Condensed abstract

(5) Abbreviations

(6) Introduction

(7) Methods

(8) Results

(9) Discussion

(10) limitations

(11) Conclusion

(12) Impact on daily practice

(13) Acknowledgements, if appropriate

(14) Funding

(15) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(16) References, no ‘et al’

(17) Figure legends

(18) Tables in text form

(19) Figures

(20) Appendices and online data supplement legends, if applicable

 

You may find it useful to use the above list as a checklist. Please make sure that information provided in the manuscript are identical with your submission in editorial manager. 

The names of the authors (full given name, middle initial, and surname) and the classifications (the keywords) that are entered on your manuscript should be an exact match to those entered into Editorial Manager. 

 

Expert reviews

Submitted manuscripts must not exceed 5,000 words. If the authors exceed the word count, the Editors will not consider the manuscript for peer review. These papers should be divided into the following sections:

(1) Title page

(2) Narrative abstract

(3) Classifications

(4) Condensed abstract

(5) Abbreviations

(6) Introduction

(7) Main text

(8) Conclusion

(9) Acknowledgements, if appropriate

(10) Funding

(11) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(12) References, no ‘et al’

(13) Figure legends

(14) Tables in text form

(15) Figures

(16) Appendices and online data supplement legends, if applicable

 

You may find it useful to use the above list as a checklist. Please make sure that information provided in the manuscript are identical with your submission in editorial manager. 

The names of the authors (full given name, middle initial, and surname) and the classifications (the keywords) that are entered on your manuscript should be an exact match to those entered into Editorial Manager. 

 

Special reports / First in man

Generally special reports are on an “invitation only” basis. However, incidental special reports are welcome. A special report is a paper based on a new technology applied in patient treatment and therefore is considered as the reporting of a “first-in-man” case. A special report should always include accompanying moving images. Special reports should not exceed 1,500 words. If the authors exceed the word count, the Editors will not consider the manuscript for peer review.

(1) Title page

(2) Narrative abstract

(3) Classifications

(4) Condensed abstract

(5) Abbreviations

(6) Introduction

(7) Methods

(8) Results

(9) Discussion

(10) limitations

(11) Conclusion

(12) Impact on daily practice

(13) Acknowledgements, if appropriate

(14) Funding

(15) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(16) References – 5 maximum

(17) Figure legends

(18) Tables in text form

(19) Figures

(20) Appendices and online data supplement legends, if applicable

 

You may find it useful to use the above list as a checklist. Please make sure that information provided in the manuscript are identical with your submission in editorial manager. 

The names of the authors (full given name, middle initial, and surname) and the classifications (the keywords) that are entered on your manuscript should be an exact match to those entered into Editorial Manager. 

 

Short report

In some cases, a short report might be considered for peer review. Short reports are generally updates of previously published trials. Short reports must not exceed 1,500 words with 2 tables and 2 figures. If the authors exceed the word count, the Editors will not consider the manuscript for peer review.

(1) Title page

(3) Classifications

(5) Abbreviations

(6) Introduction

(7) Methods

(8) Results

(9) Discussion

(10) limitations

(11) Conclusion

(12) Impact on daily practice

(13) Acknowledgements, if appropriate

(14) Funding

(15) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(16) References – 5 maximum

(17) Figure legends

(18) Tables in text form – 2 maximum

(19) Figures – 2 maximum

(20) Appendices and online data supplement legends, if applicable

 

You may find it useful to use the above list as a checklist. Please make sure that information provided in the manuscript are identical with your submission in editorial manager. 

The names of the authors (full given name, middle initial, and surname) and the classifications (the keywords) that are entered on your manuscript should be an exact match to those entered into Editorial Manager. 

 

Image – Interventional flashlight

The goal of this section is to present memorable findings in interventional cardiology, with an exceptional, high-quality image and description that illustrates them.

The paper may be presented by up to 4 authors, with a text description of no more than 400 words, accompanied by a single image and up to 4 references.

Although often presented within the context of a case, the image in this section is not intended as a vehicle for case reports.

The Editors will evaluate this striking and illustrative clinical image before the review process, and they will decide if the manuscript should be published as an Interventional Flashlight or if it should be published online only on the PCRonline website.

Only the submissions accepted as Interventional Flashlights will be published in EuroIntervention, allocated a DOI and be submitted to the National Library of Medicine for PubMed listing.

Submissions selected to be on the PCRonline website will not be allocated a DOI and will not be submitted to the National Library of Medicine for PubMed listing.

If the authors exceed the word count, the Editors will not consider the manuscript for peer review. However, authors are encouraged to submit additional moving images, which will appear online.

(1) Title page

(2) Classifications

(3) Main text  – 400 words maximum

(4) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(5) Figure – 1 maximum

(6) Figure legend

(7) References – 4 maximum

(8) Appendices and online data supplement legends, if applicable

 

New innovation

The goal of the new innovation section is to describe a new innovation as it develops from its first appearance in the blueprints, through bench testing and animal models, leading to final use on patients. EuroIntervention is particularly interested in technical descriptions of devices, since a common complaint from interventionalists is that devices often have poor or incomprehensible technical reports. Articles submitted under “New innovation” must not exceed 1,500 words. If the authors exceed the word count, the Editors will not consider the manuscript for peer review.

(1) Title page

(2) 3-parts abstract

(3) Classification

(4) Condensed abstract

(5) Abbreviations

(6) Introduction

(7) Methods

(8) Results

(9) Discussion and limitations

(10) Conclusion

(11) Impact on daily practice

(12) Acknowledgements, if appropriate

(13) Funding

(14) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(15) References – 5 maximum

(16) Figure legends

(17) Tables in text form

(18) Figures

(19) Appendices and online data supplement legends, if applicable

 

You may find it useful to use the above list as a checklist. Please make sure that information provided in the manuscript are identical with your submission in editorial manager. 

The names of the authors (full given name, middle initial, and surname) and the classifications (the keywords) that are entered on your manuscript should be an exact match to those entered into Editorial Manager. 

 

Editorials

Generally, an Editorial is on an “invitation only” basis.

Please do not submit unsolicited editorials.

All editorials should be limited to 1,500 words, with a maximum of 10 references. It is strongly recommended that Editorials are accompanied by an original figure or a table.

(1) Title page

(2) Main text

(3) Acknowledgements, if appropriate

(4) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(5) References – 10 maximum

(6) Figure legend

(7) Figure or table

(8) 2 Co-authors

 

Letter to editor

A letter to the Editor should be submitted within the 8 weeks following publication of the article in the Journal. The letter should not exceed 500 words and the Editors will solicit a reply from the authors of the article. They should have no tables or figures, and no original data may be included. Please note that the prerogative remains with the Editors to accept or decline the letter and the response for publication.

(1) Title page

(2) Main text

(3) Conflict of interest statement covering all authors – ICMJE forms available in our submission website

(4) References – 3 maximum

 

Case reports

EuroIntervention does not publish case reports

 

 

HOW SHOULD I TREAT? in partnership with PCRonline

Published only on the PCRonline website.

 

This type of article will be now be published only on the PCRonline website, for learning purposes. These challenging cases will have 3 parts; presentation of the case by the authors, the opinions of guest experts invited by the Editor to share their preferred treatment plan and finally, the presentation of the actual treatment performed by the authors.

These cases will be submitted to the EuroIntervention platform, for evaluation by the Editors of EuroIntervention, and if approved will be published in PCRonline only.

They will not be allocated a DOI and will not be submitted to the National Library of Medicine for PubMed listing.

 

This type of article contains three parts:

Part 1 - How should I treat? Authors present a challenging case without discussing the different potential clinical management plans.

Part 2 - How would I treat? Guest experts will be invited by the Editor to share their opinions regarding their preferred treatment plan.

Part 3 - How did I treat? The submitting authors will present the actual treatment.

 

The rules for this type of article:

The guest experts will be blinded to the actual treatment and the submitting authors will be blinded to the experts’ opinions.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS PRESENTING THE CASE

Part 1 - How should I treat?

  1. Title

Should always include the prefix: “How should I treat?”

Example: How should I treat an unusual referral for heart transplantation?

  1. Title page

(Please note that all 9 fields for the “Title page” listed on page 3 of this PDF are required).

  1. Case summary

The Case summary section is broken down into 5 sections: Background, Investigation, Diagnosis, Management and Keywords.

No more than 2 sentences (40 words max.) for any one of the first 4 parts, plus no more than 6 keywords.

  1. Presentation of the case

The presentation of the case must not exceed 1,000 words, including references and figure legends. The presentation should conclude with your treatment dilemma and may be formulated as a question.

 

Part 3 - How did I treat?

  1. Title

The title of this section will be “How did I treat? Actual treatment and management of the case”.

  1. Actual treatment and management of the case

The “Actual treatment and management of the case” part must not exceed 1,000 words, including references and figure and moving image legends.

  1. References, if applicable.
  2. Figures and Figure legends, if applicable.
  3. Moving images and Moving image legends, if applicable. Please note that the Editorial Board actively encourages the submission of moving images for the website publication.

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INVITED GUEST EXPERTS

Part 2 - The invited experts’ opinion

  1. Title. The title of this section will be “How would I treat? The Invited Experts’ Opinion”.
  2. Title page. The title page should include the following:

(1) The title.

(2) The name(s) of the author(s) (including full first name and middle initial). Up to 12 co-authors will be accepted.

(3) The authors’ academic qualifications (e.g., MD, PhD, etc.).

(4) Departments and institution(s) to which the authors are affiliated. List the current affiliations of all authors and link the authors’ names and affiliations by “1”, “2”, “3”, etc., after each author’s name, before the degree(s) and before the list of affiliations.

(5) Short running title (no more than 50 characters including spaces).

(6) Corresponding author - only 1 corresponding author will be accepted. Full name, postal address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address of the author to whom communication and printer’s proofs should be sent.

(7) Conflict of interest statement

all the authors of a paper must make a formal disclosure of any financial associations that might pose a conflict of interest in connection with the submitted article at the time of submission in the Covering letter as well as in the Conflict of interest statement. If one or more of the authors has declared a conflict of interest, the remaining authors must state clearly that they have no conflicts of interest to declare. All authors must be covered by the Conflict of interest statement.

Examples of possible conflicts are: consultancies, corporate appointment, stock ownership or other equity interest or patent-licensing arrangements, etc...

If none of the authors has a conflict of interest, please state clearly that there are no conflicts of interest, using the wording “The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.”

(8) Total word count: The total word count of the manuscript (including Title Page, Abstract, Text, References, Tables and Figures Legends).

  1. References, if applicable.
  2. Figures and Figure legends, if applicable.

 

Contacting us / author enquiries

Submission enquiries should be directed to the editorial office:

Sylvie Lhoste, managing editor, eurointervention@eurointervention.org