CArdiac resynchronization in combination with beta blocker treatment in advanced chronic heart failure (CARIBE-HF): the results of the CARIBE-HF study.

@inproceedings{Grosu2011CArdiacRI,
  title={CArdiac resynchronization in combination with beta blocker treatment in advanced chronic heart failure (CARIBE-HF): the results of the CARIBE-HF study.},
  author={Anca-Ligia Grosu and Michele Senni and Attilio Iacovoni and Mauro Gori and Francesco Cant{\'u} and Silvia Bisetti and Tiziana De Santo and Alessandro De Luca and Antonello Gavazzi},
  year={2011}
}
  • Anca-Ligia Grosu, Michele Senni, +6 authors Antonello Gavazzi
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT), combined with optimal medical therapy (OMT), is an established treatment for patients with advanced chronic heart failure (ACHF). In ACHF, carvedilol at the dose used in clinical trials, reduces morbidity and mortality. However, patients often do not tolerate the drug at the targeted dosage. The aim of the CARIBE-HF prospective observational study was to investigate the role of CRT in the implementation of carvedilol therapy in patients with ACHF.One… CONTINUE READING

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