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Acute Heart Failure

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Acute Heart Failure

Publisher: National Clinical Guideline Centre
Number of pages: 329

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Acute heart failure is a common cause of admission to hospital and is the leading cause of hospital admission in people 65 years or older in the UK. This guideline includes important aspects of the diagnosis and management of acute heart failure that are not addressed by the NICE guideline on chronic heart failure.

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