heart failure

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Synonyms for heart failure

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

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Dogs with congestive heart disease will benefit from reduced salt levels in their food.
Actor Andy Hallett has died of congestive heart disease at the age of 33.
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.
Congestive heart disease is the end result of diseases like rheumatic fever," she said.
The autopsy was performed and revealed a massive heart attack and undiagnosed congestive heart disease, important information for Eric's surviving brother.
Carney assessed the effect of psychotherapy among depressed congestive heart disease (CHD) patients.
Today, with the proper use of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors like enalapril or captopril, and beta blockers such as carvedilol, congestive heart disease patients can actually increase their life expectancy.