High-intensity treatment strategy for heart failure reduces the risk of death or hospital readmission

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Ramping up medication doses quickly after being hospitalized for acute heart failure resulted in a lower risk of dying or being readmitted for heart failure within the first six months after discharge, compared to usual care, according to a featured science research presentation today at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2022.

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