Heart Failure In the Post acute and Long-Term Care Setting
- 26 pages
- 80# Aqueous Coating
- 4.25" x 7.25"
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- Key Points
- Stages in the Development of HF
- HFrEF Stage C: Evidence-Based GDMT
- Summary of Recommendations
- Diuretic Indications and Dose Equivalents
- Drugs Used for HF
- STEP 1: Identify Individuals With a History of HF
- STEP 2: Identify Individuals Who Currently Have Symptoms of HF
- STEP 3: Identify and Assess for Risk Factors
- STEP 4: Decide if a Workup is Appropriate
- STEP 5: Perform Appropriate Imaging Studies to Help to Elucidate the Etiology or Severity of HF
- STEP 6: Decide if Interventions for Modifiable Risk Factors and Treatment of Potentially Reversible Etiologies Are Appropriate
- STEP 7: Develop an Individualized Care Plan and Define Treatment Goals
- STEP 8: Optimize Treatment for Comorbid and Contributing Factors as Well as Cardiac Factors as Appropriate
- STEP 9: Treat Fluid Volume Overload if Present
- STEP 10: Treat HFrEF
- STEP 11: Treat HFpEF
- STEP 12: Initiate Cardiac Rehabilitation
- STEP 13: Determine When The Patient Has End-Stage HF
- STEP 14: Monitor the Patient’s Condition and Response to Treatment
- STEP 15: Monitor the Facility’s Management of HF
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