Heart Failure Newsletter Spring 2016 Click to read
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Heart Failure Newsletter

Spring 2016

Published on in “Health & Fitness”, language — English. 4 pages.
The heart and kidneys work together to maintain a balance of fluid, electrolytes and neurohormones that control blood pressure. The heart's job is to pump blood to the body's organs. When the heart isn’t pumping well enough, the kidneys can’t do their job, which is to remove fluid and wastes. When the kidneys don’t work properly, fluid and wastes build up in the body. Once the syndrome begins, it’s difficult to interrupt. People with poor kidney function can develop heart failure and people with More
Heart failure consists of a set of specific signs and symptoms that are exhibited because the heart is “failing” to pump blood as well as it should. More

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