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BEST, Beta/blocker Evaluation of Survival Trial; CI, confidence interval; CIBIS II, Cardiac Insufficiency Bisoprolol Study; COPERNICUS, Carvedilol Prospective Randomized Cumulative Survival; CVD, cardiovascular disease; EF, ejection fraction; HF, heart failure; MERIT/HF, Metoprolol CR/XL Randomized Intervention Trial in Congestive Heart Failure; RR, relative risk; SENIORS, Study of the Effects of Nebivolol Intervention on Outcomes and Rehospitalisation in Seniors with Heart Failure.
On September 28, Al-Nadim was diagnosed with an infection that created pulmonary pressure and cardiac insufficiency.
In the present study, surgical treatment was applied to 30% of patients, and it was indicated in the presence of serious cardiac insufficiency that was refractory to clinical treatment and younger patients without associated complications.
The accumulation of fibrosis in the heart has been proven to have a significant influence on the development of cardiac insufficiency among patients with chronic heart disease.
Although these patients suffer from respiratory distress caused by cardiac insufficiency, this symptom is common to many other conditions and diseases.
In societies that depend greatly upon meat products, the relationship between cardiac insufficiency and high cholesterol levels is inescapable.
The doctor had previously treated her for cardiac insufficiency and for multiple bulging cervical discs.
In fact, the Commission E has approved the use of the leaf and flower extract for Stage II cardiac insufficiency, but this fact was not mentioned.
Pharmacological and clinical results with Crataegus special extracts in cardiac insufficiency.
Hawthorn has been studied in Europe, where one multicenter observational study of 1,011 patients with New York Heart Association stage II cardiac insufficiency were treated with a proprietary standardized formulation (extract WS 1442) for 24 weeks.
The authors asked practicing cardiologists what they regarded as the 10 leading medical advances of their lifetimes; the scientists named such advances as cardiac surgery, drug treatment of hypertension, and medical treatment of cardiac insufficiency.