Reference management software Most Elsevier magazines have their reference model available in many of the most popular reference management software products. These are all products that support style styles, such as. J Mendeley. Using plug-in quotes from these products, authors must choose, when creating their article, only the corresponding journal template, according to which quotations and bibliographies are automatically formatted in the newspaper format. If no template is yet available for this journal, please follow the format of the reference and quotation examples, as shown in this manual. If you use reference management software, be sure to remove all field functions before submitting the electronic manuscript. More information about removing the field functions of different reference management software. Mendeley Desktop users can easily install the reference style of this newspaper by clicking on the following link: open.mendeley.com/use-citation-style/ijc-heart-and-vasculatureWenn you prepare your manuscript, you can choose this style with Mendeley plug-ins for Microsoft Word or LibreOffice. This new model of heart failure was created in Gottingen Minischweinen to enable translational studies of new pharmacological principles and human-sized tests on adult animals. Highlights are optional, but very encouraged for this review, as they increase the possibility of finding your article via search engines.
They consist of a short collection of enumeration points that list the new results of your research, as well as new methods used during the study (if any). Please take a look at the examples above: Examples Highlights. The study of echo during cardiac arrest has suffered methodological errors that limit the aggregation of results. We have developed and validated a new scale of evaluation for qualitative analysis of the echoes produced during resuscitation. A total of 235 ultrasounds were analyzed by the researchers on the basis of the image quality assessment scale. The overall image quality agreement between critics who used the scale was good with a weighted kappa of 0.65. The match on image quality in subxyphid images was greater than in parality images (0.65-0.52). Echo analysis of cardiac activity showed no activity (33%), disorganized activity (18%) organised activity (49%). The agreement was important for the presence or absence of « cardiac activity » and « organized cardiac activity » with a kappa of 0.84 and 0.78.
A new 5-point ordinal evaluation scale was developed and validated from recorded echoes of 145 patients in consecutive cardiac arrest. The ultrasounds taken were blinded by investigators experienced in cardiac arrest and evaluated with this scale.