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Title: Rationale and Design of the Efficacy of a Standardized Diuretic Protocol in Acute Heart Failure Study
Authors: Dauw, Jeroen
Lelonek, Malgorzata
Zegri-Reiriz, Isabel
Paredes-Paucar, Cynthia P
Zara, Cornelia
George, Varghese
Cobo-Marcos, Marta
Knappe, Dorit
Shchekochikhin, Dmitry
Lekhakul, Annop
Klincheva, Milka
Frea, Simone
Miró, Òscar
Barker, Diane
Borbély, Attila
Nasr, Samer
Doghmi, Nawal
de la Espriella, Rafael
Singh, Jagdeep S
Bovolo, Virginia
Fialho, Inês
Ross, Noel T
van den Heuvel, Mieke
Benkouar, Riad
Findeisen, Hajo
Alhaddad, Imad A
Al Balbissi, Kais
Barge-Caballero, Gonzalo
Ghazi, Azmee M
Bruckers, Liesbeth
Martens, Pieter
Mullens, Wilfried
Affiliations: Faculty of Medicine 
Keywords: Acute heart failure
Urinary sodium
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: National Library of Medicine
Part of: ESC Heart Failure
Volume: 8
Issue: 6
Start page: 4685
End page: 4692
Although acute heart failure (AHF) with volume overload is treated with loop diuretics, their dosing and type of administration are mainly based upon expert opinion. A recent position paper from the Heart Failure Association (HFA) proposed a step-wise pharmacologic diuretic strategy to increase the diuretic response and to achieve rapid decongestion. However, no study has evaluated this protocol prospectively.
DOI: 10.1002/ehf2.13666
Open URL: Link to full text
Type: Journal Article
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Medicine

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