4 edition of Tailoring Heart Failure Therapy found in the catalog.
May 22, 2003
by Informa Healthcare
Written in English
|Contributions||Ronnie Willenheimer (Editor), Karl Swedberg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Heart is unable to produce sufficient cardiac output (CO) to meet demands of the body; Heart failure (HF) is a syndrome caused by several pathophysiologic conditions, resulting in left ventricular and/or right ventricular dysfunction (cardiac pump dysfunction) + +. Patients are randomized to either best supportive care (BSC) including standard heart failure therapy plus 8 weeks of bromocriptine therapy ( mg b.i.d. for 14 days and mg q.d. from day.
Heart Failure With Reduced EF. During the past 30 years, HFrEF has evolved from a rapidly fatal disease to a chronic condition requiring long-term team management ().Improved survival has been documented in symptomatic HF from outpatient populations, 4 – 6 in patients discharged from hospitalization, 7,8 and for patients after referral for advanced therapies. 9,10 The threat of sudden . Tailoring diuretic therapy in acute heart failure: insight into early diuretic response predictors Clin Res Cardiol. Oct;(10) doi: /s
Chronic heart failure (CHF or simply HF) is a complex clinical syndrome that involves more than 2% of the general population and over 10% of the older people. For people with reduced ventricular function (the classical HFrEF phenotype), the guideline-directed medical therapy (GDMT) (e.g., Ace-inhibitors, beta-blockers, diuretics, rehabilitation or implantable ventricular devices) demonstrated. The fact of its chronicity makes heart failure no less deadly. In symptomatic patients, mortality exceeds % per year even with the best contemporary therapy. Not all heart failure is ischemic, of course, but the final common phenotype is eerily Manufacturer: Steinkopff.
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Tailoring Heart Failure Therapy [Willenheimer, Ronnie, Swedberg, Karl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tailoring Heart Failure Therapy. The book Tailoring Heart Failure Therapy, edited by Ronnie Willenheimer and Karl Swedberg, gives clear and detailed descriptions of the different clinical syndromes of African-American, female, and elderly patients with heart failure.
It includes chapters about heart failure in these specific populations, all of whom have unique characteristics Author: Susan Wilansky. Heart failure is one of the leading causes of mortality in Western countries, and β-blockers are a cornerstone of its treatment.
However, the response to these drugs is variable among individuals, which might be explained, at least in part, by. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full : Peter Stott.
Tailoring therapy in chronic heart failure Article (PDF Available) in European Journal of Heart Failure Supplements 8(Supplement 1) April with 93 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The goal of therapy in advanced heart failure is to improve quality of life and prolong survival.
Standard medical therapies may require tailoring as advanced therapies are considered in the context of patient and caregiver goals. The aim of this review is to summarize concepts for tailored medical therapy and monitoring in advanced heart.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Tailoring therapy for heart failure: the pharmacogenomics of adrenergic receptor signaling. By GD Femminella, V Barrese, N Ferrara and G Rengo.
Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. Heart failure is one of the leading causes of mortality in Western countries, and β-blockers are a cornerstone of its treatment. One describes tailoring of neurohormonal modulating therapy. The recommended approach, which seems to me useful, is as follows.
The patient with chronic heart failure is given a trial of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor, beta-blocker and spironolactone at the full doses used in trials.
Introduction. Heart failure (HF), the leading cause of mortality in Western countries, is a clinical syndrome that develops in response to a cardiac injury, resulting in the impairment of the contractile function of the heart.1 HF may result from disorders of the pericardium, myocardium, endocardium, or heart valves, or due to other causes, but most patients with HF have symptoms due to left.
A: Heart failure usually starts when another problem makes the heart weak or stiff so it does not pump or fill normally. A common cause of heart failure is a heart attack. Other causes include high blood pressure, diabetes, lung disease, problems with the heart valves, and infection of the heart muscle.
Tailoring therapy for heart failure: The pharmacogenomics of adrenergic receptor Available via license: CC BY-NC Content may be subject to copyright. Introduction. The aim of personalized medicine is to offer a tailored approach to each patient in order to provide the most effective therapy, while reducing risks and side effects, and also avoiding unnecessary treatments or diagnostic interventions.
1, 2 The treatment of patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) has improved in recent decades as a result of data. Tailoring to something. Our therapies for heart failure are prescribed to address at least one of three goals: survival, quality of life, and prevention of the disease progression that.
Tailoring Heart Failure Therapy | Given the increasing number of drugs available for the treatment of heart failure and associated diseases like hypertension and hypercholesterolemia, as well as the different patient types who present in the clinic, it appears increasingly obvious that the same therapeutic regimen cannot be used for all patients.
One describes tailoring of neurohormonal modulating therapy. The recommended approach, which seems to me useful, is as follows.
The patient with chronic heart failure is given a trial of angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor, beta-blocker and. Tailoring heart failure therapy Tailoring heart failure therapy Stott, Dr Peter Edited by R Willenheimer and K Swedberg London and New York: Martin Dunitz Hardback, pp, £ ISBN 1––X Chronic heart failure is common, afflicting around 2–3% of the world's population.
It is largely a condition of age, and its prevalence doubles with each decade from. Introduction. Heart failure (HF) is a modern epidemic and an increasing public health concern. As mortality from coronary artery disease and stroke decline, the prevalence of HF increases, with approximately 5 million individuals affected and more thannew cases annually in the US.
Heart failure (HF) is a modern epidemic and a heterogeneous disorder with many therapeutic options. While the average response to each individual treatment is favorable, significant interindividual variation exists in the response to HF therapeutics.
As a result, the optimal regimen for an individua. Few data exist to help physicians in the use of diuretics to provide the greatest symptomatic benefit with the least adverse effect to patients and to select the subset of patients who require a more aggressive diuretic strategy and monitoring. The aim of this study is to identify early predictors of diuretic response in a selected group of patients with acutely decompensated chronic heart.
In their June 10 commentary1 Ronnie Willheimer and Karl Swedberg proposed the idea of tailoring therapy for heart failure.1 They say that some patients may not benefit from angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor therapy, and that in some cases treatment may cause harm.
This concept raises important issues. In clinical practice physicians usually decrease the dose, or .1. Qual Manag Health Care. Apr-Jun;24(2) doi: /QMH Tailoring your heart failure project for success in rural areas.Heart failure (HF) is a major health problem [1, 2], characterized by a wide spectrum of debilitating symptoms, poor quality of life, frequent hospitalizations, and high mortality [3, 4].Outcomes have improved over the last two decades for those with HF and a reduced ejection fraction with pharmacological therapy, devices, and multidisciplinary management programs [3, 5].