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Better Clinical Outcome For Rehospitalization Heart Failure Patients With Reduced Left Ventricular Function in Mode of Sudden Cardiac Death

Author(s): Hassah Batool Iftikhar, Jiang Hong

Aim: The determined stage of ischemia and unknown HF in critical CVD events well-defined the higher incidence of SCD risk factors in the long-term modes of responsiveness with reduced LVEF if the idiopathic fibrillation lacking is not treated with counseling of LV remodeling in the association of rehospitalization survival rates.

Methods and results: The acute study in the time-dependent logistic evaluation of randomized decompensate HF characteristic reduce the all-cause mortality within each consecutive 180 days. Among 3000 patients of combined study on Kaplan-Meier event rates of 6.1 SCD alive [95% Confidence Interval 4.8- 8.5] and 3.2 SCD death [95% Confidence Interval 2.5 – 4.4] account 20% of SCD with hazard ratio 4.8 (2.6- 8.7). In the multivariable model of rate and rhythm control of 6-12 months per year highly affected the NYHA class II-IV 70- 78% with the P value <0.001 on wider QRS complex adjustments in overall (n= 2,427) responding to LVESV and LVEDV median to the follow-up of 85% females predicted improvement by LV reverse remodeling.

Conclusion: The identified relative risk in the comparison of controlling and preventions make the proportion of VT/VF death cause noted every 30 days denying the significance of obvious beneficial proof when implantation alternatively select LV remodeling in standard parameters.

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