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British Society for Heart Failure
Our vision is for heart failure to be recognised as a national priority. Dedicated to improving the delivery of equitable, high quality care.
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Tom Oates Aug 9
Interventional radiology is thought of as a new and growing specialty, but this picture suggests that even in medieval times hospital teams were sending their F1 to try and arrange same day procedures
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 8
Not exactly a randomised trial but interesting data on CardioMems and reduced rate of HF admission with PA pressure-guided therapy. Circulation: Heart Failure
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 7
Replying to @BrJCardiol @escardio
Sadly, the doi doesn't take me anywhere - could you give a little more detail on the source?
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 7
I really hope the vast majority of my patients are not "congested". They have "chronic" heart failure ...
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 7
Fantastic study. Love this sort of left-field study that then makes sense when you stop and think about it.
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 6
Big Pharma getting interested in AI in heart failure ...
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Daniel J Drucker Aug 5
I am priveleged to know and learn from dozens of outstanding female colleagues in cardiology and diabetes, all world experts. Here we have a wonderful meeting, 39 men on the Scientific Committee 0 Women Lets do better, its 2020
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 5
I use the term "remission" with patients ... I suppose a proportion have "recovered" (e.g. PPCM) but how to tell one from the other?
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The Clinical Scientist Aug 4
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 5
Heart failure with recovered LV function (is it really still "heart failure"?). Not sure I agree in all parts, but surely an area (a) to recognise and (b) to do more work to understand. JACC 2020
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 5
Metoprolol from "me too" prolol. Largactil from "large actions". (I could go on ...)
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Rebecca Dobson Aug 4
Thrilled to be appointed to council as Women in Cardiology Rep 😀. So many ideas for the future but always open to more - strength in numbers and networking so please get in touch.
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Prof Darrel Francis ☺ Mk CardioFellows Great Again Aug 3
When writing a paper. Start with the figures. Then the abstract. Then the rest of the results. Then discussion. Then do methods. Finally ask yourself: why did we do this ?Write the answer, concisely, as the intro. (No drivel about the disease being common etc. People know.)
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 4
Another “never event” ...
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 4
An AI approach to ECG interpretation looks pretty good at spotting patients with acute SoB who have LVEF < 35% - area under curve 0.89. Circ EP 2020
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 4
Are you an OT, Physio, Dietician, or Cardiac Physiologist involved in the care of heart failure patients? We are looking for your specialist input for a new AHP competency framework document. Contact info@bsh.org.uk to get involved & represent your speciality.
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 4
Registration is now open for 2020 VISION FOR HEART FAILURE - BSH VIRTUAL AUTUMN MEETING & EXHIBITION - 26th & 27th November 2020 -
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 3
Bariatric surgery "associated with reduced long-term all-cause mortality and incidence of obesity-related disease". PLOS Medicine 2020
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 3
Isn't the most important consideration the absence of any trial evidence for benefit for transcatheter tricuspid valve repair?
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British Society for Heart Failure Aug 3
Relation between diabetes and risk of new onset HF explored here ... ESC Heart Failure 2020
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