CVIR Endovascular

 

CVIR Endovascular is the multidisciplinary open access journal of Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE).

It is the first open peer-reviewed journal in the field of endovascular interventions and is intended for all specialists working in the field of endovascular treatment.




Editor's Pick

 

"Response of UK interventional radiologists to the COVID-19 pandemic – survey findings"

 

The rapid IR response to Covid-19 safeguarded the continuation of IR services. It shows again the unique hallmark of IR to be able to adjust quickly and flexible to any changing circumstances, not being embedded in a rigid and hierarchical mono-disciplinary tunnel vision.

 



Recent articles

The following new articles have just been published in CVIR Endovascular.

 

Read them free of charge.

 

Most read

We hope you enjoy this selection of articles from the journal, which are the most accessed articles in the past year.

 

Most cited

Find out which are the most cited articles so far!

 


Save 15% now

CIRSE now offers a 15% discount on the article processing charge to corresponding authors who are CIRSE members in good standing. To apply for this discount, contact us at info@cvirendovascular.org before you submit your article.

Note that this discount cannot be combined with an institutional discount, or used for already published articles.

 

Indexed in PubMed Central

CVIR Endovascular has been indexed in PubMed Central (PMC) since February 2020. A testament to the journal’s quality and value within the endovascular IR field. Now that the journal is indexed in PMC, it will reach more IRs than ever.

 

Waivers for letters to the editor

Open access also means open discussion. Have your say and contribute to scientific discussion on endovascular treatments by submitting a Letter to the Editor critiquing a paper already published in CVIR Endovascular.

APC waivers available for this article type - contact info@cvirendovascular.org for details!


 




The official journals of CIRSE: CVIR and CVIR Endovascular