Dr. Abramov presents “Acute Decompensated Heart Failure” with a review of the underlying pathophysiology and treatment. He dives into the the roles of diuretics and beta blockers in acute exacerbation. Finally, he discusses indications for referring a patient to a heart failure specialist along with primary prevention measures.



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