Clinical implications of managing iron deficiency from AFFIRM-AHFMay 21, 2021
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Do you know that as many as 70% of patients hospitalized with heart failure are iron deficient? This condition is associated with reduced functional capacity, reduced quality of life, and adverse outcomes. Come and explore the new data from the AFFIRM-AHF trial on repletion of iron deficiency in this population and discover the effect of iron on hospitalization rates. What practical steps should you be taking to improve the health of your patients with heart failure?
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- Gregory Lewis, MD, Medical Director, Cardiac Transplantation Program, Director, Cardiopulmonary Exercise Laboratory,Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
- Michael Böhm, MD, FESC, Professor of Internal Medicine and Cardiology and Director of Internal Medicine, Saarland University, Homburg/Saar, Germany
- Josep Comin-Colet, MD, PhD, Director, Cardiology Department, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
This activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Vifor Pharma.