SODIUM-HF: Low-Sodium Dietary Intervention in Heart Failure Patients

April 2-4, 2022; Washington, DC
In ambulatory patients with heart failure, low-sodium diet showed a modest quality-of-life benefit and improvement in NYHA class, but no improvement in all-cause mortality or CV-related hospitalizations.
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Released: April 6, 2022

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