Data from Folia Cardiologica - Curated by EPG Health - Date available 01 January 2017

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A 62-year-old man was admitted due to exacerbation of chronic heart failure symptoms to IV New York Heart Association class. Despite the standard pharmacotherapy of acute heart failure, the patient developed symptoms of organ hypoperfusion, followed by oliguria and anuria. The patient was qualified for levosimendan treatment, resulting in stabilization of his clinical status in subsequent days. The study presents the current knowledge of levosimendan use in acute heart failure.

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