Chronic Heart Failure

Chronic heart failure refers to a condition in which your heart isn’t pumping all the blood your body needs. There are two types of heart failure: chronic and acute. Chronic heart failure refers to a long-term condition that usually arises gradually. This is the most common type. But it can come on suddenly in some cases. Chronic heart failure is a serious heart condition that requires medical treatment and lifestyle management so that it doesn’t lead to life-threatening conditions.

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