Inodilators and renal function: how to avoid kidney dysfunction in Acute Heart Failure (AHF)

Finn Gustafsson concludes that renal dysfunction and worsening renal function are common in acute decompensated heart failure, renal dysfunction is associated with increased mortality, and that by increasing cardiac output and reducing central venous pressure will improve renal function in most patients.


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