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Rarity of Heart Failure in a Traditional African Population. A Rural Community Based Study
International Cardiovascular Forum Journal
<p>BACKGROUND: Heart failure (HF) is common globally and increases with age. Among Caucasians it affects mainly the elderly, but the middle-aged in Africa. Statistics are usually hospital based, missing those in the population unable to present in hospital for various reasons. Population statistics of HF for sub-Saharan Africa are hardly available. This was to assess the population prevalence of HF in a rural sub-Sahara African community and get a truer picture of HF morbidity.</p><p>METHODS:doi:10.17987/icfj.v8i0.275 fatcat:gbidc4vzrjfgplmhl7ypafuofy