The unmet needs in heart failure (HF)
Despite significant advances in treatment and prevention, HF morbidity and mortality remain high.1 Even with current HF standard of care, nine out of ten patients remain symptomatic and are still at risk of hospitalisation for HF and cardiovascular death.2*
Let’s challenge heart failure, together
HF demands more attention. Progress in the prevention and treatment of this serious condition requires education, as well as a commitment among healthcare providers, researchers, and policymakers to facilitate change.
Resources for your patients
We have developed resources to help educate your patients about HF, whether they have been recently diagnosed or are established patients.
*Based on a US prospective observational study of 3494 US outpatients with chronic HFrEF in the CHAnge the Management of Patients with Heart Failure (CHAMP-HF) registry.2
- Savarese G, Lund LH. Global Public Health Burden of Heart Failure. Card Fail Rev. 2017;3(1):7-11.
- Khariton Y, Nassif ME, Thomas L, et al. Health Status Disparities by Sex, Race/Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Status in Outpatients With Heart Failure. JACC Heart Fail. 2018;6(6):465-473.