46 percent of those diagnosed in acute care had potential heart failure symptoms in previous six months.
Despite an increasing emphasis on HFmrEF over the past several years, there is a lack of authoritative guidance surrounding therapeutic approaches for these patients.
Increase of 585 percent seen in methamphetamine-associated cardiomyopathy/heart failure hospitalizations from 2008 to 2018
Increased rates of cancer seen among women and men and for cancer at multiple sites, including lip, oral cavity, pharynx, respiratory organs
The AHA outlines screening, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations for obstructive sleep apnea and CV complications tied to the sleep disorder.
The effects of hybrid comprehensive telerehabilitation compared with usual care were analyzed in a cohort of patients with HFrEF.
APP discusses the benefits of early integration of palliative care in patients with cancer as well as chronic heart, lung, and neurologic diseases.
Researchers aimed to study the associations between heart failure medications and certain systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases.
Though uncommon, cases of new heart failure include younger COVID-19 patients with no history of cardiovascular disease or risk factors
Heart failure patients have significantly higher likelihood of developing depression within five years
High-strength magnets may cause implants to switch to ‘magnet mode,’ stopping normal functioning until the magnet is moved away from the device
Should cardiologists be looking at patients’ mental health as well as their physical health? Research has suggested that a patient’s mental health disorder and outlook may play a role in cardiovascular health. What are the different ways mental health affects cardiovascular disease?
Investigators sought to determine the prevalence of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth and establish its prognostic value in patients with heart failure.
POCUS suggested in addition to standard diagnostic pathway for patients with acute dyspnea in ED, inpatient setting when diagnosis is uncertain
Patient-reported outcomes are a more sensitive measure than NYHA functional class for assessing changes in health status in HFrEF.
Consideration should be given to addition of meds for adults not meeting BP goals after 6 months of lifestyle therapy
Remote PAP-guided management better reduced PAP, hospitalizations, and mortality among patients with NYHA Class III HF.
Early detection of iron status may improve cardiovascular risk assessment in patients with CKD, according to investigators.
Primary effectiveness of no additional surgical or interventional procedures related to the device and acceptable heart blood flow function at 6 months, was achieved by 89.2%.
Women are at increased risk for heart failure, myocardial infarction, and stroke at lower levels of systolic blood pressure than men.