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<< Evidence-Based Hospital Management Of Patients With Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

Etiology

When all the clinical entities progressively worsen and are accompanied by signs and symptoms of heart failure, the patient is said to have heart failure with PEF due to the underlying cardiomyopathy. If the diastolic function has progressively worsened independent of the underlying cardiomyopathy and it is associated with signs and symptoms of heart failure, the patient is said to have diastolic heart failure.

 

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