A Hospital Study of Congestive Heart Failure

@article{Stuartharris1959AHS,
  title={A Hospital Study of Congestive Heart Failure},
  author={C. Stuart-harris and R. S. Twidle and M. Clifton},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={1959},
  volume={2},
  pages={201 - 208}
}
Pulmonary heart failure, or cor pulmonale, is common in some parts of Britain, and Flint (1954) found that it accounted for a quarter of the cases of heart failure admitted to one Sheffield hospital (the City General Hospital). Yet, as was pointed out by Wood (1956), there are few comparative figures, and in the mortality statistics quoted by Southwood (1959) it receives scant mention. During 1954 to 1956 a study was made in hospitals of the Sheffield Hospital Region in order to compare the… Expand
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