Congestive Heart Failure

We depend on the heart's pumping action to provide blood that is rich in nutrients and oxygen to each cell within the body. When cells are not well nourished, the body can not function properly.
The patient is exhausted and breathless if the heart is weakened and can not give enough blood to the cells. It becomes impossible to do everyday activities that were once taken as a privilege.
Heart failure can be a severe condition, and usually there is no remedy. However, the patient will still lead a pleasant, meaningful and productive life with proper treatment.

Subtopics

Epidemiology & pathophysiology of heart failure | Differential Diagnosis of Congestive heart failure | Pharmacologic theraphy of Heart Failure | Clinical approach to acute heart failure | Clinical approach to chronic heart failure | The diagnosis and management of Congestive heart failure

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