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Device Therapy in Heart Failure (Focused Update)

ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines

The current heart failure (HF) guidelines were published in 2008 and the cardiac pacing guidelines in 2007.  In order to keep these guidelines up to date, it would be appropriate to modify the recommendations and levels of evidence according to the most recent clinical trial evidence.
This Focused Update on the use of devices in heart failure 2010 is the first publication of its kind from the CPG.  In contrast to previous guidelines, this focused update considers the characteristics of the patients included in the trials and contains several examples.

ICD and CRT
Heart Failure: Treatment
Cardiovascular Surgery
Guidelines version available to download
Published in2010
ReferenceEuropean Heart Journal (2010) 31, 2677–2687; doi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehq337
Published in2010
ReferencePocket Guidelines CRT-HF
Table of contents: Full Text (ESC Clinical Practice Guidelines)
  1. Introduction
  2. Cardiac resynchronisation therapy with pacemaker/defibrillator function in patients with heart failure in NYHA function class III/IV
  3. Cardiac resynchronisaiton therapy with defibrillator function in patients with heart failure in NYHA funciton class I/III
  4. Cardiac resynchronisation ttherapy with pacemaker/defibrillator function in patients with heart failure and permanent atrial fibrillation
  5. Cardiac resynchronisation therapy with pacemaker/defibrillator function in patients with heart failure ad a conventional pacemaker indication
  6. Left ventricular assist device as destination therapy for patients with severe heart failure ineligible for cardiac transplantation
  7. Evidence tables
  8. References

 

 

 

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