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EFFECTIVENESS OF THE SEATTLE HEART FAILURE MODEL IN PREDICTING THE LONG-TERM PROGNOSIS AMONG MEN WITH CORONARY HEART DISEASE
Russian Journal of Cardiology
Aim. To assess the life prognosis in patients with chronic heart failure (CHF) – male residents of St. Petersburg – according to the Seattle Heart Failure Model (SHFM) and compare it to the observed survival. Material and methods. A retrospective survival analysis was performed in 135 patients with Functional Class (FC) II–IV CHF of ischemic aetiology. At baseline, anamnestic, clinical, functional, and instrumental data were collected. Observed five-year all-cause mortality was compared to thatdoi:10.15829/1560-4071-2012-5-58-62 doaj:ff42fccb04144ff1b9bc24cc12f5b726 fatcat:bmif3yb3hff2zpslh7ecpgefsy