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Medical Treatment of Heart Failure with Reduced Ejection Fraction – Prognostic Indication
International Cardiovascular Forum Journal
An up-to-date review on guideline directed medical therapies that aim to improve prognosis in HFrEF patients. Research on medical interventions that may improve prognosis in patients with chronic heart failure has had great success in the past decades. Therefore, there are well- established classes of drugs – ACEi, beta- blockers, MRAs – that should be used as first line treatment in all patients with heart failure. In the past few years newer therapeutic approaches have been shown to improvedoi:10.17987/icfj.v10i0.422 fatcat:aava2o7fdbb2jki4j2go3rznni