The scientific journal "In a Good Rhythm" has been published since 2006. Starting from 2007 is issued regularly on a quarterly basis. "In a Good Rhythm" journal focuses mainly on topics related to cardiac arrhythmia, diagnostic techniques and treatment. The aim of the journal is to disseminate best practice through review articles addressing the most important developments in the field of arrhythmia and electrophysiology which can be useful in everyday practice. Reviews present authoritative, up-to-date information on a topic, placing it in the context of a field's history and development.
"In a Good Rhythm" is an open access, quarterly issued journal specializing in the publication of balanced and comprehensive review articles and case studies written by leading authors to address the most important developments in the field of arrhythmias: diagnosis and treatment. The aim of these reviews is to provide practical knowlegde in the day to day clinical setting on diagnosis and treatment in electrotherapy and electrophysiology as the one of the rapidly growing cardiology subspecializations. Special reports, editorials and original research articles are also featured to promote discussion and learning amongst physicians, clinicians, researchers and related healthcare professionals.
Frequency: Four print and online issues per year; ePub ahead of print throughout the year
Content distributed: online, in print
Editorial Board: The journal is led by an expert from the field of arrhythmia and electrophysiology, who assist in the commissioning of independent review articles and provide expert editorial advice on the most relevant topics within the field.
Open Access: All articles are open access, which allows everyone in the cardiovascular community to download published articles for free.
- ICD and Sudden Cardiac Deaths
- Cardiac Pacing
- Cardiac resynchronization therapy
- Lead Extraction/complications
- Clinical Electrophysiology
- Tele Monitoring
- Noninvasive Electrocardiology
- IEGM Analysis
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Imaging in arrhythmias
- Pediatric Electrophysiology
- Diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers
- Public health
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Arrhythmia pharmacotherapy