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Differential diagnosis and clinical management of diastolic heart failure: current best practice Research Reports in Clinical Cardiology Tawil J, Gelzinis TA. Differential diagnosis and clinical management of diastolic heart failure: current best practice. Research Reports in Clinical Cardiology. 2016; 7:117-135.

Date

09/29/2016

Abstract

As the population ages, the prevalence of diastolic dysfunction and heart failure with preserved ejection fraction is rising. The presentation and management of these patients is increasing in frequency and requires an understanding of its pathophysiology, diagnostic methodology, as well as modern therapy for optimal outcome. This review will discuss the mechanisms, clinical stages, diagnostic grading, and therapeutic options for the management of diastolic dysfunction.

Author List

Tawil J, Gelzinis T

Author

Justin N. Tawil MD Assistant Professor in the Anesthesiology department at Medical College of Wisconsin


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