Updated: 07 Jan 2001
Heart Failure is a progressive chronic disorder that results in the inability of the heart to pump blood efficiently to the bodys tissues.
Chronic heart failure is an increasing public health problem; the growing prevalence in industrialised countries means that 1-2% of the adult population of these countries are now thought to have chronic heart failure.1-3 Estimates suggest that the prevalence in Europe, USA and Japan could increase by approximately 16.5% over the next ten years.4
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