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May 2022

Emerging Comorbidities in Heart Failure
Antonio Cittadini, Hector O. Ventura, Editors

Heart failure (HF), a complex clinical syndrome characterized by cardinal symptoms and signs, represents an intriguing clinical challenge for cardiologists and physicians, considering its increase in prevalence, incidence, hospitalizations, and death; furthermore, the recent COVID-19 outbreak created novel needs in the everyday clinical practice, with the necessity of ideate new strategies of management. In this context, HF patients display several chronic coexisting diseases, strongly impacting on morbidity, mortality, and health-related quality of life.4,5 In addition, the presence of comorbidities determines a more complex clinical management leading to increasing health care costs.

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Published four times a year—in February, May, August, and November—Cardiology Clinics updates you on the latest trends in patient management, keeps you up to date on the newest advances, and provides a sound basis for choosing treatment options. Tailored to meet the needs of those in the field of cardiology, each issue focuses on a single cardiology topic, including acute coronary syndromes/cardiac emergencies, coronary artery disease, heart failure, heart rhythm disorders, and much more.