The Journal of cardiovascular nursing

(ISSN: 0889-4655, 1550-5049)

Table of Contents

From The Journal of cardiovascular nursing

2019 - 34 (6)

  • Stress Reduction Strategies Used by Midlife Black Women to Target Cardiovascular Risk. 
  • Heart Failure Self-care Associated With Brain Injury in Executive Control Regions. 
  • Interventions Transformed Through Technology to Improve Cognitive Function in Heart Failure. 
  • Peripheral Arterial Disease Prevention in Women: Awareness and Action. 
  • African American Women's Perceptions of Cardiovascular Disease After Myocardial Infarction: A Phenomenological Inquiry. 
  • Pain During "Noncomplex" Electrophysiological Studies and Cardiac Rhythm Device Surgery. 
  • Active Physical Activity Patterns Are Associated With Improved Quality of Life and Depression Status in Taiwanese Women With Metabolic Syndrome. 
  • Distinct Factors Associated With Better Self-care in Heart Failure Patients With and Without Mild Cognitive Impairment. 
  • Screen Time and Cardiovascular Risks Among Middle-Aged Women. 
  • Screening Versus Brief Domain-specific Tests to Assess Long-term Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunction After Concomitant Aortic Valve Replacement and Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting. 
  • Adverse-Event Free Survival, Hospitalizations, and Mortality in Left Ventricular Assist Device Recipients: A Rural-Urban Cohort Comparison. 
  • The Association Between Mutuality, Anxiety, and Depression in Heart Failure Patient-Caregiver Dyads: An Actor-Partner Interdependence Model Analysis. 
  • Theory Testing of Patient Perspectives Using a Mobile Health Technology System in Heart Failure Self-care. 
 
 

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