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Big data to gain further insights in a real-world heart failure population

A large multi-country Real-World Evidence study in heart failure shows that 1–2% of the contemporary adult population has heart failure. With heart failure often remaining undiagnosed, its prevalence could be much higher, up to 4%.

Click below to read the study, published in Heart.

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Through analyzing data from both national registries and Electronic Health Records, further insights into the burden of heart failure on patients and on our healthcare systems can be gained. This study opens the door for further research and policymaking to the potential benefit of public health and heart failure patient outcomes.

Click above to read the study, published in Heart.

Norhammar A, Bodegard J, Vanderheyden M, et al Prevalence, outcomes and costs of a contemporary, multinational population with heart failure. Heart Published Online First: 13 February 2023. doi: 10.1136/heartjnl-2022-321702

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Through analyzing data from both national registries and Electronic Health Records, further insights into the burden of heart failure on patients and on our healthcare systems can be gained. This study opens the door for further research and policymaking to the potential benefit of public health and heart failure patient outcomes.

Click above to read the study, published in Heart.

Norhammar A, Bodegard J, Vanderheyden M, et al Prevalence, outcomes and costs of a contemporary, multinational population with heart failure. Heart Published Online First: 13 February 2023. doi: 10.1136/heartjnl-2022-321702

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Click here or reach out to the team.

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Big data to gain further insights in a real-world heart failure population

A large multi-country Real-World Evidence study in heart failure shows that 1–2% of the contemporary adult population has heart failure. With heart failure often remaining undiagnosed, its prevalence could be much higher, up to 4%.

Click below to read the study, published in Heart.

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A large multi-country Real-World Evidence study in heart failure shows that 1–2% of the contemporary adult population has heart failure. Through analyzing data from both national registries and Electronic Health Records, further insights into the burden of heart failure on patients and on our healthcare systems can be gained.

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