• Annals of Cardiothoracic Surgery (ACS) is indexed on Scopus

    AME Publishing Company is pleased to announce that Annals of Cardiothoracic Surgery (ACS) is now indexed on Scopus. Within the coming months, article titles, abstracts, and references of ACS articles will be searchable in Scopus.

    Articles published in Annals of Cardiothoracic Surgery (ACS) are currently indexed on PubMed, Google Scholar, Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index, SCImago and Scopus.

  • May 2017 – Tricuspid Valve Surgery

    This special issue of the ACS is focused on Tricuspid Valve Surgery. With Guest Editors Dr Bettina Pfannmuller and the late Dr Lawrence Cohn, topics of interest include innovative solutions for tricuspid leaflet repair, management of Ebstein’s Anomaly, minimal access surgery and much more. Contributors include Dale Adler, Jamahal Luxford, Rebecca Hahn, Gosta Pettersson, Irving Kron and many more.

  • March 2017—Esophageal Surgery

    This special issue of ACS looks at the complex issue of Esophageal Surgery, with Dr David Sugarbaker and Dr Shawn Groth as Guest Editors. Topics of interest include robotic esophagectomy, alternative conduits for esophageal replacement, future directions and much more. Contributors include Mohamed Othman, Tom Rice, Inderpal Sarkaria and many more.

  • January 2017—Robotic Heart Surgery Issue

    Dr Rakesh Suri is the Guest Editor in this special issue of ACS exploring the emerging role of robotic instrumentation in cardiac surgery. With leading authors from the most experienced international institutions, we examine the current evidence, limitations, and future directions of this minimally invasive surgical technique. Contributors include Randolph Chitwood, Matteo Pettinari, Kent Rehfeldt, Harold Burkhart, Didier Loulmet and many more.

  • September 2016—Pectus Excavatum

    Under the leadership of Guest Editor, Professor Hans Pilegaard, this issue of ACS is focused on the congenital deformity, Pectus Excavatum. Topics include current repair therapies, management, perspectives and much more. Contributors include Hyung Joo Park, Frank-Martin Haecker, Robert Kelly, Robert Obermeyer, Donald Nuss, and many more.

  • 2017 Australasian Thoracic Aortic Symposium will be held Melbourne on 18-20 May 2017

    The 2017 ATAS will be held in Melbourne, Australia on Thursday 18th to Saturday 20th May 2017. Recent technological and surgical developments for a spectrum of thoracic aortic procedures will be presented, as well as the latest research from leading international centers. International faculty include Joseph Bavaria, Tirone David, Roberto Di Bartolomeo, John Elefteriades, Gebrine El Khoury, Hilary Grocott, Aung Oo, Shigeyuki Ozaki, Bashi Valyudhan, and more.

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The 27th Annual Congress of the ATCSA will be held at Melbourne, Australia

The 27th Annual Congress of the ATCSA will be held at Melbourne, Australia