Short to long term mortality of patients hospitalised with heart failure in the Czech Republic--a report from the EuroHeart Failure Survey.

@article{Rosolov2005ShortTL,
  title={Short to long term mortality of patients hospitalised with heart failure in the Czech Republic--a report from the EuroHeart Failure Survey.},
  author={Hana Rosolov{\'a} and Jakub {\vC}ech and Jaroslav Simon and Jindrich Spinar and Ruzena Jandova and Jiri Widimsk{\'y} sen and Lubomir Holubec and Ondřej Topol{\vc}an},
  journal={European journal of heart failure},
  year={2005},
  volume={7 5},
  pages={780-3}
}
BACKGROUND AND AIM The European Society of Cardiology initiated the EuroHeart Failure Survey to obtain more data about the quality of care in patients hospitalised with suspected heart failure (HF). The Czech Republic was 1 of the 24 European Society countries included in the survey. The aim of this report is to extend the original follow-up period of 12 weeks out to 4 years to assess mortality. METHODS All admitted patients were screened according to the EuroHeart Survey Protocol, over a 6… CONTINUE READING
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