heart failure

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Related to Congestive heart disease: Congenital heart disease
  • noun

Synonyms for heart failure

inability of the heart to pump enough blood to sustain normal bodily functions

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Veterinary medicine has made great strides in recent years in identifying and treating congenital and congestive heart diseases," said Dr.
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Experts from the Duke University Health System, the University of Colorado, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation and Johns Hopkins discussed lessons learned on the economic impact of congestive heart disease, care strategies and how they used alternative payment models to support these innovations.
The 'Cleopatra' icon died in March this year after losing her long battle with congestive heart disease, sending the showbiz world into mourning.
Sunday, May 15, at Rogue Valley Community Church in Rogue River for Richard "Dick" Clyde Kelso of Grants Pass, formerly of Eugene, who died May 5 of congestive heart disease at age 82.
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Dogs with congestive heart disease will benefit from reduced salt levels in their food.
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Bosse, 46, died peacefully in his sleep Saturday in his residence after a long battle with congestive heart disease.
Diastolic heart failure and congestive heart disease are linked to high blood pressure, so control of your BP would seem to be the most important thing you can do.