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Vol. 5, Issue 12 (2016)

Chronic heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: The modern aspects of management

Author(s):
Sergiy Fedorov
Abstract:
Chronic heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (CHFpEF) is a complex and common disease, with a high and constantly increasing prevalence. The aim of this study was review of modern guidelines for management of chronic heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. No treatment has yet been shown, convincingly, to reduce morbidity or mortality in patients with CHFpEF. However, since these patients are often elderly and highly symptomatic, and often have a poor quality of life, an important aim of therapy may be to alleviate symptoms and improve well-being. Only diuretics in this syndrome treatment have strong evidence. Thus, the future investigations are needed for improving of its management.
Pages: 29-31  |  549 Views  18 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sergiy Fedorov. Chronic heart failure with preserved ejection fraction: The modern aspects of management. 2016; 5(12): 29-31.
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