Sex-specific acute heart failure phenotypes and outcomes from PROTECT.

@article{Meyer2013SexspecificAH,
  title={Sex-specific acute heart failure phenotypes and outcomes from PROTECT.},
  author={S Eileen Meyer and Peter van der Meer and Barry M. Massie and Christopher M. O'Connor and Marco Metra and Piotr P Ponikowski and John R. Teerlink and Gad Cotter and Beth A. Davison and John G. F. Cleland and Michael M. Givertz and Daniel M. Bloomfield and Mona Fiuzat and Howard C. Dittrich and Hans L. Hillege and Adriaan Alexander Voors},
  journal={European journal of heart failure},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 12},
  pages={1374-81}
}
AIMS Differences in manifestation, treatment, and outcomes of acute heart failure between men and women have not been well studied. The objective of this analysis was to characterize differences in clinical presentation, and in-hospital and post-discharge outcomes between sexes in acute heart failure patients. METHODS AND RESULTS Clinical profiles, treatment characteristics, and outcomes were compared between sexes in 2033 patients hospitalized for acute heart failure and impaired renal… CONTINUE READING
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