Improving Early Diagnosis and Management of Heart Failure

Heart failure is common in the United States, affecting about 6.5 million adults. Although nearly 1 million new cases are diagnosed annually, delays in diagnosis are frequent. Patients who are at risk for heart failure do not often receive appropriate recommended testing. And when diagnosed, heart failure is often misclassified or not classified, which can lead to mismanagement.
John J. Russell, MD
Stuart D. Russell, MD

Interactive Virtual Presentations

This activity will examine considerations for diagnosis and classification of heart failure in the primary care setting.

John J. Russell, MD Stuart D. Russell, MD Physicians: maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits Released: January 31, 2019 Expired: No longer available for credit

Heart failure is common in the United States, affecting about 6.5 million adults. This activity will examine considerations for the management of patients with heart failure in the primary care setting.

John J. Russell, MD Stuart D. Russell, MD Physicians: maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits Released: January 31, 2019 Expired: No longer available for credit
Provided by The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine

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