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Heart Failure in a Dedicated Outpatient Clinic: Results after 58 Month Follow-Up. Can it be Enough?
Incidence of chronic heart failure (HF) is rapidly increasing, approaching a 10 per 1000 rate after 65 years of age. In the last decades, despite pharmacological, interventional and supportive innovations, HF prognosis ...
The tosca registry: an ongoing, observational, multicenter registry for chronic heart failure
The ageing of the population in western countries, the continuous increase of the prevalence of chronic diseases, the frequent coexistence of several morbid conditions (comorbidity) requires health professionals and ...
Transcatheter implantable devices to monitoring of elevated left atrial pressures in patients with chronic heart failure
Elevated left atrial (LA) pressures are associated with poor prognosis in heart failure (HF). Invasive monitoring of LA-pressures and direct mechanical LAdecompression are associated with functional improvement in ...
MicroRNs and cardiovascular diseas es: from bench to beside
MicroRNAs (microRNAs or miRs) are small, noncoding RNAs that control gene expression by binding to and repressing specific mRNA target and have emered as powerful regulators of many biological processes. Understanding ...