Quality Of Life In Patients With Chronic Heart Failure
Marek Klocek, Danuta Czarnecka
Published 2013 · Medicine
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Despite advances in treatment leading to prolongation of survival, chronic heart failure (CHF) remains the primary cause of death among individuals with cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) . Heart failure is associated with heavy symptom burden, frequent admission into hospital, and high mortality. The incidence of CHF increases with age, and the prognosis is similar to the prevalence of mortality seen in certain malignant neoplasms . Data from the West Midlands Regional Cancer Registry in the UK found that the 1-year survival of CHF patients was worse than that of patients with cancers of the breast, prostate gland, or bladder .
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