Harvard Heart Letter

Heart failure with 'preserved ejection fraction': What does it mean?

Insights into the structural and biochemical abnormalities that contribute to poor heart muscle function lends new complexity to the diagnosis and treatment of heart failure when ejection fraction appears normal.

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