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By A. Schneeweiss (auth.), Professor Dr. Herbert Viefhues, Dr. phil. Wolfgang Schoene, Professor Dr. Dr. med. R. Rychlik, Professor Dr. med. Asher Kimchi, Professor Dr. med. Basil S. Lewis, Dr. Marija Weiss (eds.)

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A. Schneeweiss even though the syndrome of congestive middle failure has been famous decades in the past, the method for its assessment and remedy has until eventually lately, been partial and 'fragmentary'. quite a few points of the affliction were handled based on the review instruments and healing measures on hand at every one interval. This method ended in many of the maximum achievements within the administration of center failure but in addition left many facets ignored and in addition ended in a number of paradoxes. Examples of the achievements and obstacles of the 'fragmentary' ap­ proach are using diuretics and hemodynamic measurements. The devel­ opment of diuretics has supplied us with an immense instrument for assisting pa­ tients whose essential challenge used to be edema. The good fortune of diuretics masked the truth that their use may well frequently be hemodynamically unsound and they may well decrease cardiac output. in basic terms decades after their creation has using diuretics discovered its applicable position. Hemodynamic tracking has long gone through an analogous direction. the nice contribu­ tion of continuing bedside hemodynamic measurements to realizing middle failure ended in over-usage through many clinicians, who came across themselves treating hemodynamic charts instead of sufferers. It took virtually a decade to gain that hemodynamic development, even within the power atmosphere, doesn't inevitably suggest symptomatic development or a rise in workout capac­ ity.

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McDonald TF (1984) Excitation-contraction coupling: relationship of the slow inward current contraction. In: Sperelakis N (ed) The physiology and pathophysiology of the heart. Nijhoff, Boston, pp 187-199 21. McKee PA, Castelli WP, McNamara PM, Kannel WB (1971) The natural history of congestive heart failure: the Framingham study. N Engl J Med 285: 1441-1446 21a. Neumann J, Scholz H, Doring V, Schmitz W, v. Meyerinck L, Kalmar P (1988) Increase in myocardial G-proteins in heart failure. Lacet II: 936-937 22.

4] found that out of 100 cardiac patients, 31 % had suffered from high blood pressure, 26% from diseases of the coronary vasculature, 25% from diabetes mellitus and 16% from miscellaneous myocardial disorders. In the pre-terminal stage 4 of heart failure, diseases of the coronary vasculature are the most common cause. The author predicted that the epidemiological characteristics in the Western industrial countries would change because the number of geriatric patients was increasing. Although there are more possibilities for improving ventricular function, and good medical and nursing care allow patients with a wide variety of cardiac diseases to live longer, the number of potential diseases related to heart failure is increasing.

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Chronic Heart Failure: I. Quality of Life II. Nitrate Therapy by A. Schneeweiss (auth.), Professor Dr. Herbert Viefhues, Dr. phil. Wolfgang Schoene, Professor Dr. Dr. med. R. Rychlik, Professor Dr. med. Asher Kimchi, Professor Dr. med. Basil S. Lewis, Dr. Marija Weiss (eds.)

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