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SOJ | Journal of Clinical Trials in Cardiology | Open Access (JCTCD) is an International, online, open access journal that publish articles related to the clinical studies and trials that are currently carried out to treat cardiac diseases. There are numerous trial studies that are currently carried out to treat the cardio-related disorders. Clinical trials in cardiology are used to break the gap that exists between the cardiac disorders and the treatment for the respective disorder.

JCTCD seeks to provide a stage for the people who wish to publish their research works that are based on cardiology trials. The journal focuses to develop and integrated the different clinical trials that are unknown, yet available to treat heart diseases. JCTCD tries to make the available clinical trials to all people who are involved in the cardiac clinical studies.

SOJ | Journal of Clinical Trials in Cardiology | Open Access seeks research articles similar to previously carried out clinical trials like EPHESUS, PLATO, COMMIT, DIGAMI, OASIS-6, ROCKET-AF, SATURN, COMET, PROGRESS, TAPAS, FREEDOM for some of the cardiac diseases like, Suspected acute MI, ACS,
Atrial fibrillation, Coronary heart disease, Heart failure , Hypertension in stroke patients, STEMI, Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG), etc.

JCTCD makes it a customary process in publishing and releasing its articles on timely basis with a meticulous double blinded peer process. The SOJ | Journal of Clinical Trials in Cardiology | Open Access has an eminent editorial board and review members to carry out their work of reviewing process more diligently.

The journal accepts research articles, review papers, short communications and opinions to be published in its journal. Nonetheless, the authors short confirm that their manuscript is not submitted previously elsewhere for publication.

The SOJ | Journal of Clinical Trials in Cardiology | Open Access has already published scholarly articles on clinical trials for some of the cardiac diseases like Cardiac Sarcoma, Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty, Maternal Hypertension, Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting, etc.

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