Depressed low frequency power of heart rate variability as an independent predictor of sudden death in chronic heart failure.

@article{Galinier2000DepressedLF,
  title={Depressed low frequency power of heart rate variability as an independent predictor of sudden death in chronic heart failure.},
  author={Michel Galinier and A. L. Pathak and Joelle Fourcade and C Androdias and Daniel Y Curnier and Shaida Varnous and Serge Bov{\'e}da and Pierre Massabuau and M T Fauvel and J. M. Senard and Jean-paul Bounhoure},
  journal={European heart journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={475-82}
}
AIMS Identification of patients with chronic heart failure at risk for sudden death remains difficult. We sought to assess the prognostic value for all-cause and sudden death of time and frequency domain measures of heart rate variability in chronic heart failure. METHODS AND RESULTS We prospectively enrolled 190 patients with chronic heart failure in sinus rhythm, mean age 61+/-12 years, 109 (57.4%) in NYHA class II and 81 (42.6%) in classes III or IV, mean cardiothoracic ratio 57.6+/-6.4… CONTINUE READING

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