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.
November 2016—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, Johannes Bonatti, Andrew Goldstone, Joseph Woo, Gianlucca Torregrossa 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.
May 2016—Type A Aortic Dissection
This special issue of ACS looks at the complex issue of Type A Aortic Dissection, with Professor Duke Cameron and Associate Professor Joel Price as Guest Editors. Topics of interest include acute aortic syndrome, brain protection strategies, hemiarch replacement and much more. Contributors include Joel Corvera, Aung Oo, Anthony Estrera and many more.
March 2016—Uniportal Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery
This special issue of ACS explores the emerging world of uniportal video-assisted thoracosopic surgery (VATS), under the leadership of Guest Editor and international pioneer, Dr Diego Gonzalez-Rivas. Featured articles discuss the development, surgical techniques and future innovations of this minimally invasive approach to thoracic surgery. Contributors include Sebastien Gilbert, Gaetano Rocco, Dmitry Sekhniaidze and many more.