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Needless to say, the idea of our Journal is to offer most exclusive research papers on problems associated with investigations of the human cardiovascular system. We are happy to state that the popularity of our Journal throughout in the world has been growing steadily. We believe the foundation for our success has been laid by the results achieved by our authors, and it is applicable both to theory and practice. The theories presented in the papers have valuable use and advantages in practical activities.

But we are going ahead with our plans: the topics in Cardiometry No.12 cover biological rhythms and their effects produced on the performance of the cardiovascular system. The researchers who have introduced their articles in the latest issue of our Journal submit us their enthralling data and findings. Biological rhythms existing in our organism are governed by nature.

The researchers who have introduced their articles in the latest issue of our Journal submit us their enthralling data and findings. Biological rhythms existing in our organism are governed by nature. Our intention has been to provide a platform to scientists from different research areas for discussion of the topics offering fresh approaches to some conceptual ideas.

In doing so, we should mention that a biological rhythmicity pattern is an intrinsic property of a cardiac cycle, too. The cardiac rhythmicity displays certain regularities and generalities that remains the subject of keen interest for many experts. Let’s hope the research papers published herein would contribute to further outstanding achievements in science.

Take your chance of success in further exploration of this topical issue.

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