Heart Failure


Heart Failure



Congestive Heart Failure


Heart failure is an umbrella term for a set of physical symptoms arising due to the gradual deterioration in the heart’s pumping ability. The term “congestive heart failure”….


Congestive Heart Failure


There are many scenarios where you might want to see a doctor and find out whether you’ve developed heart failure. Perhaps you have a history of heart disease in the family and would…


diastolic dysfunction


In our previous articles, we’ve discussed the symptoms of heart failure and the steps to diagnose the same. However, the course of treatment varies for every patient based on the type of heart…


Systolic Heart Failure


Heart failure is a common condition with no known cure. However, proper treatment can control the disease progression and thus improve a patient’s quality of life and longevity. To decide…


Right side heart failure


Heart failure is usually of two types – left-sided and right-sided. While life-sided heart failure is the result of the weakening of the left ventricle, right-sided heart failure is…


Ejection Fraction


The ejection fraction is one of the most common parameters used to diagnose heart failure. If you want to know more about the cause, symptoms, and types of heart failure, check out our…


Left sided heart failure


Depending on the side of the heart that’s been affected, heart failure can be of two types – left-sided and right-sided. We’ve already discussed the causes and symptoms of right-sided…


Cardiac Failure


The heart is a critical organ that powers the human body. It beats roughly 100,000 times a day and pumps more than 2,000 tons of blood throughout the body.  Heart failure is a…




Heart failure is a serious condition that can result in organ damage and death (if left untreated). If you want more information about the different types and symptoms of heart failure…


Congestive heart failure


Congestive heart disease or heart failure is a serious condition that can be life-threatening (if left untreated). It can diminish blood supply to vital organs, such as the brain, liver, and…


heart failure


Heart failure is not a single disease instead it is a constellation of symptoms. In this disease the heart  is unable to meet the requirements of the body by its inability to pump or be able to…


type of heart failure


Ejection Fraction or EF is the most common parameter for the assessment of the efficiency of the  heart. The normal EF is 55-65 percent. EF less than 40 percent is considered as low…












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