Aims/Purpose/Importance Vascular Disease Management (VDM) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed journal for a multidisciplinary range of specialists treating peripheral vascular disease. Treatment of peripheral vascular disease is a fast-growing field in both importance and patient volume, as diagnosis and treatment options are developing rapidly.

Content/Audience Topics include critical limb ischemia, limb salvage, renal artery disease, embolic protection, aortic stent grafts, and carotid artery intervention, among others. The audience of this journal includes invasive cardiologists, vascular surgeons, interventional neurologists, neurosurgeons, and interventional radiologists, as well as nephrologists, endocrinologists, and podiatrists.


Invasive cardiology has been the focal point of decades of dramatic change and technological innovations. The Journal of Invasive Cardiology was launched in 1988 to provide a focused, definitive source for cardiovascular specialists to keep up-to-date on advances in this rapidly changing field. The journal publishes original research articles on clinical trials of therapeutic devices, drugs used in the cardiac catheterization laboratory and in post-PCI therapy, comparison of treatment modalities, long-term evaluations of therapy, case reports on current innovations in clinical practice, in-depth reviews, and expert commentaries from the editorial advisory board and other thought leaders to discuss the clinical significance of the published research.

The journal also regularly updates readers about emerging areas such as cellular therapy and advances in percutaneous valve repair. It has become a leading interventional treatment journal because it provides cardiovascular specialists with the most current practical information critical for effectively diagnosing, treating, and managing patients with cardiovascular disease. The Journal of Invasive Cardiology is cited by Index Medicus/Pubmed and ISI Current Contents/Clinical Medicine and SCIE.


For almost 20 years, cath lab professionals have relied on Cath Lab Digest as a trusted educational resource. CLD focuses on providing cath lab professionals with information of practical and clinical use in their working lives. It offers both continuous education and a forum through which professionals share information on best practices, the latest procedures, and ongoing concerns.

CLD strives to: 1) educate and inform; 2) connect our readers across the U.S. and worldwide; and 3) highlight the knowledge, dignity, and hard work of cath lab professionals. Each month, CLD’s clinical editor, Dr. Morton Kern, discusses hot topics and important issues in depth. Interviews with thought leaders, cutting-edge features, and an emphasis on professional exchanges ensure that Cath Lab Digest captures reader interest with every issue. Cath Lab Digest is issued 12 times per year as a print publication. Clinicians and professionals who work in a cath lab can subscribe at no charge.


Podiatry Today is an award-winning, premier publication that emphasizes informative, how-to clinical features and columns as well as insightful practice management articles.

With a stellar editorial advisory board comprised of leading KOLs in the field and well-respected contributing editors from various specialties within podiatry, Podiatry Today delivers a wide range of practical clinical content to more than 13,000 podiatrists.

In addition to annual theme issues on diabetes, wound care, and heel pain, Podiatry Today features an array of regular columns including “Surgical Pearls,” “Diabetes Watch,” “Treatment Dilemmas,” “Dermatology Diagnosis,” “Orthotics Q&A,” “Wound Care Q&A,” “Sports Medicine,” and “Practice Builders.” Complementing our print journal is a robust website with online-exclusive articles and DPM blogs from leaders in the field of podiatry.


Today’s Wound Clinic journal provides practical, timely insight into clinical and operational issues inherent to the success of outpatient wound centers. Program directors, medical directors, clinical managers, and wound care staff members benefit from the journalistic and evidence-based nature of the content. Feature articles as well as regularly occurring clinical and industry-based departments address medical and practice management options while offering perspectives on issues affecting fiscal and, most importantly, patient outcomes of wound clinics. Knowledgeable, experienced practitioners are invited to submit content for publication and will be subject to editorial board review.


WOUNDS is the most widely read peer-reviewed journal focusing on wound care and wound research. The information disseminated to our readers includes valuable research and commentaries on tissue repair and regeneration, biology and biochemistry of wound healing, and clinical management of various wound etiologies.

Our multidisciplinary readership consists of dermatologists, general surgeons, plastic surgeons, vascular surgeons, internal medicine/family practitioners, podiatrists, gerontologists, researchers in industry or academia (PhDs), orthopedic surgeons, infectious disease physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. These practitioners must be well-equipped to deal with a myriad of chronic wound conditions affecting their patients including vascular disease, diabetes, obesity, dermatological disorders, and more.

Whether dealing with a traumatic wound, a surgical or non-skin wound, a burn injury, or a diabetic foot ulcer, wound care professionals turn to WOUNDS for the latest in research and practice in this ever-growing field of medicine.


Endovascular Today is a publication dedicated to bringing you comprehensive coverage of all the latest technology, techniques, and developments in the endovascular field. Our editorial advisory board is composed of the top endovascular specialists, including interventional cardiologists, interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, neurologists, and vascular medicine practitioners. Our publication is read by an audience of more than 22,000 members of the endovascular community.

Endovascular Today is published 12 times per year and also offers a free biweekly eNewsletter advising of recent FDA approvals, clinical trial updates, Medicare coverage news, and new product launches. Please visit our subscriptions page for more information on receiving Endovascular Today.


Cardiac Interventions Today is a publication dedicated to providing comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in technology, techniques, clinical studies, and regulatory and reimbursement issues in the field of coronary and cardiac interventions. Cardiac Interventions Today premiered in March 2007, with its launch issue focusing on the state of coronary drug-eluting stent use. Each edition covers a variety of topics in a flexible format that includes articles covering various perspectives on current clinical topics, in-depth interviews with expert physicians, overviews of available technologies, industry news, and insights into the issues affecting today's cardiology practices.