Not enough heart failure patients get a beta-blocker

    Not enough heart failure patients get a beta-blocker.

Only about 30% to 40% of heart failure patients get a beta-blocker...probably due to concerns that beta-blockers might exacerbate heart failure.

But there's convincing evidence that beta-blockers can IMPROVE systolic function and increase survival by 35%.

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