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Management of Acute Admissions of Heart Failure Patients with Kidney Disease

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Acute heart failure (HF) admissions are common. They are often associated with prolonged hospitalisations and poor outcomes. One-third of chronic HF patients also suffer from chronic kidney disease (CKD). Hence, acute admissions of HF with CKD are common and are associated with longer length of stay and increased mortality. Hyperkalaemia…

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