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March 2010 Br J Cardiol 2010;17:69-70

The British Society for Heart Failure 12th Annual Autumn Meeting

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Optimising care UK hospitals should set up acute heart failure units to help raise standards of care, according to Professor Henry Dargie (Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Glasgow). Presenting the inaugural Philip Poole-Wilson memorial lecture (see box), Professor Dargie said that there have been great improvements in heart failure treatment, with effective drugs, devices and interventions, plus a multidisciplinary team approach. In addition, clinical trials have shown a 50% absolute reduction in heart failure mortality with modern treatments, proving what can be achieved with specialist care. But trial results are not being reproduced in c

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May 2005 Br J Cardiol 2005;12:219-23

Sleep-disordered breathing and heart failure: an opportunity missed?

Ali Vazir, Mary J Morrell, Anita K Simonds, Hugh F Mcintyre

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