Treatment of systolic heart failure

    New research findings will change the treatment of systolic heart failure.

    ACE inhibitors are currently the cornerstone of therapy. They improve symptoms AND prolong survival.

    Digoxin will be used less. The first long-term study shows that digoxin relieves the symptoms of heart failure...but it DOESN'T slow the progression of the disease or affect survival.

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