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Australian Cardiologists won’t miss a beat with new heart technology

A new generation of implantable cardiac devices with heart failure diagnostics are enabling Australian cardiologists to better predict the development of heart failure, potentially weeks before a possible life-threatening event. New advanced heart failure algorithms in the latest generation of implantable cardiac defibrillators and Cardiac Resynchronisation devices, can reduce the risk of patients experiencing acute …

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Heart Failure Guidelines Explained – Dr John Hayes from St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital

Considerations for General Practitioners Seeing Heart Failure Patients Heart failure (HF) affects almost half a million adults in Australia, with this number projected to increase to 650,000 by 20251. Heart failure causes substantial morbidity and mortality and is a considerable burden on healthcare. The annual cost of heart failure is estimated at $3.1 Billion per …

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