How many people with heart failure are appropriate for biventricular resynchronization?

@article{Farwell2000HowMP,
  title={How many people with heart failure are appropriate for biventricular resynchronization?},
  author={David J Farwell and Nikunj R. Patel and Alistair Scott Hall and Shirley A Ralph and Alfred N Sulke},
  journal={European heart journal},
  year={2000},
  volume={21 15},
  pages={1246-50}
}
AIMS Increasing evidence exists suggesting that biventricular pacing improves outcome and symptoms in severe heart failure if various selection criteria are fulfilled. It is unsure how many people might benefit from this therapy. Our aim was to provide such data. METHODS AND RESULTS Over one calendar year all patients admitted to a large U.K. District General Hospital, that were classified with a diagnosis of heart failure, were audited. The selection criteria were; (1) severe heart failure… CONTINUE READING

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