This series consists of three case discussions on practical challenges in the management of patients with heart failure. The discussions are moderated by prof. Mark Petrie, Glasgow, UK.
Two cardiologists, one in an ambulatory setting and one in a hospital setting, discuss the treatment of a severe heart failure patient following an MI over the course of two years.
Two heart failure specialists from Glasgow, UK discuss a patient case to demonstrate that it can be difficult to diagnose HFpEF. They present tools that can help in the process of diagnosing HFpEF.
Using a case of a heart failure (HF) patient who was admitted to the hospital with acute decompensated HF (ADHF), two specialists discuss what the optimal treatment strategy in hospitalized patients should be during time of admission.