Diagnosing and managing acute heart failure in adults: summary of NICE guidance

  title={Diagnosing and managing acute heart failure in adults: summary of NICE guidance},
  author={K. Dworzynski and Emmert Roberts and A. Ludman and J. Mant},
  journal={BMJ : British Medical Journal},
  • K. Dworzynski, Emmert Roberts, +1 author J. Mant
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • BMJ : British Medical Journal
  • Acute heart failure may present de novo in people without known cardiac dysfunction, or as an acute decompensation of known chronic heart failure. Acute heart failure is a common cause of admission to hospital (more than 67 000 admissions in England and Wales each year) and is the leading cause of hospital admission in people aged 65 years or more in the United Kingdom.1 European registry data show that nearly 50% of people admitted to hospital with acute heart failure are re-admitted within 12… CONTINUE READING
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