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Heart Failure Facts

Heart failure, also known as congestive heart failure, may result from any number of conditions.

Expert Advice on Heart Failure

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A Comprehensive Guide to Treating Heart Failure

With a multi-pronged approach to treatment, you can manage the symptoms of heart failure.
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Advances in Treatment for Heart Failure

There have been significant advances in heart failure treatment, with new drug therapies and surgical devices offering better outcomes.

Watch Heart Failure Videos

When the heart isn't pumping blood efficiently, patients start to experience heart failure. Learn about the basics of heart failure, from its causes to treatment methods.

What does heart failure mean for your future? How is it different from a heart attack? This video clears things up.

Patients share their experiences with heart failure and offer some advice on how to slow yourself down.

Managing Heart Failure Day to Day

Heart Failure: Why See a Specialist?

Heart failure is a complex disease that affects everyone differently. That’s why patients should follow unique treatment plans.

Heart Failure and Your Body

Heart failure isn't just about your heart. In this infographic, see the symptoms of heart failure and how it affects the rest of your body.

Common Causes of Heart Failure

There are three common conditions that are the most likely causes of heart failure. Find out what they are.

Complications of Heart Failure

During heart failure, the heart tries to send blood to the most vital organs, depriving others in the process. This can lead to complications.

Medications for Heart Failure

The purpose of heart failure medication is to treat what's causing the condition so it doesn't get worse.

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