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News from the 10th British Society for Heart Failure Day for revalidation and training

October 2018 Br J Cardiol 2018;25(4)

News from the 10th British Society for Heart Failure Day for revalidation and training

Dr Andrew D’Silva

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Drug therapy From treating dropsy… Treating congestion is an essential role of the heart failure specialist with diuretic therapy being the cornerstone of treatment. There is an evidence vacuum, however, in how best to relieve congestion. For example, which agents to use, at what doses and with what escalation strategy? Dr Peter Cowburn (Southampton General Hospital) delivered an exemplary lecture highlighting the importance of relieving congestion, the current evidence base and practical advice from his personal experience on how best to achieve the goal of euvolaemia. Relieving congestion matters and, when achieved, is associated with lo

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September 2002 Br J Cardiol (Acute Interv Cardiol) 2002;9(1):AIC 11

Will league tables have an adverse effect on the practice of coronary revascularisation in the UK?

Nick Curzen

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