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In 2010 ESC started to collect data of patients with either Chronic or Acute Heart Failure (HF). It was the start of an ambitious ESC programme intending to describe the clinical epidemiology and the diagnostic & therapeutic approaches applied to these patients.
It is admitted that evidence-based medicine represents the most effective means of ensuring that patients receive high-quality care and appropriate pharmacological/non-pharmacological management. A registry able to capture relevant clinical information of patients with HF, including follow-up, would enable to improve the knowledge on epidemiology and outcomes of real-world patients with this clinical condition as well as to assess implementation of ESC HF guidelines and areas for improvement in the quality of care.
More than 45 countries worldwide are taking part in this programme.
The HF programme of ESC is organized in successive registry phases, each phase enrolling approximately 10 000 patients during a specific enrolment period. We are now launching a new phase III of this programme for which enrolment will start soon.
Adult patients with Chronic and Acute HF regardless of Ejection Fraction (EF).
The main objectives of the HF III Registry are:
Other objectives are to:
Specific attention will be focused on:
Lars Lund, the Chairman of the registry
Lars H. Lund (Chair) (DK)Marisa Crespo Leiro (ES)Petar Seferovis (RS)Frank Ruschitzka (UK)Gerasimos Filippatos (GR)Alexandre Mebazaa (FR)Massimo Piepoli (UK)Andrew Coats (AUS/UK)Stefan Anker (DE)Theresa McDonagh (UK)Mitja Lainscak (SV)Giuseppe Rosano (UK)Aldo Maggioni (IT)
Marisa Crespo Leiro (Chair) (ES)Alexandre Mebazaa (FR)Massimo Piepoli (UK)Andrew Coats (AUS/UK)Stefan Anker (DE)Gerasimos Filippatos (GR)Aldo Maggioni (IT)
Aldo Maggioni (Chairman) (IT)Stefan Anker (DE)Ulf Dahlström (SE)Gerasimos Filippatos (GR)Luigi Tavazzi (IT)Piotr Ponikowski (PL)Faiez Zannad (TN)
Aldo Maggioni (Chairman) (IT)Ulf Dahlström (SE)Gerasimos Filippatos (GR)Luigi Tavazzi (IT)Faiez Zannad (TN)
A Registry Steering Committee is composed of one National Coordinator per participating country. The National Cardiac Societies are responsible for the selection of the national coordinators who are in charge of the registry implementation and running of the registry in their respective countries.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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