Long-Term Mortality Rates in Acute De Novo Versus Acute-on-Chronic Heart Failure: From the Heart Function Assessment Registry Trial in Saudi Arabia.

@article{Alhabib2015LongTermMR,
  title={Long-Term Mortality Rates in Acute De Novo Versus Acute-on-Chronic Heart Failure: From the Heart Function Assessment Registry Trial in Saudi Arabia.},
  author={Khalid F Alhabib and Tarek Seifaw Kashour and Abdelfatah Abdelazim Elasfar and Hussam F. Alfaleh and Ahmad Hersi and Mostafa Q. Alshamiri and Fayez Alshaer and Layth Ahmed Mimish and Ali A Almasood and Waleed Alhabeeb and Saleh A. Alghamdi and Abdullah Esam Ghabashi and KaziNur Asfina and Hani B. Altaradi and Omar Alnobani and Nour Alkamel and Lukman Thalib},
  journal={Angiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={66 9},
  pages={837-44}
}
AIM The heart function assessment registry trial in Saudi Arabia (HEARTS) is a national multicenter project that compared de novo versus acute-on-chronic heart failure (ACHF). METHODS AND RESULTS This is a prospective registry in 18 hospitals in Saudi Arabia between October 2009 and December 2010. The study enrolled 2610 patients: 940 (36%) de novo and… CONTINUE READING