Comparative-Effectiveness Research in Heart Failure, An Issue of Heart Failure ClinicsBy
- Mark Hlatky, MD, Stanford University
This issue of Heart Failure Clinics covers comparative-effectiveness research in heart failure. Expert authors review the most current information available about the comparative effectiveness of different treatments for heart failure, including drug treatments, cardioverter defibrillators and cardiac resynchronization therapy, as well as patient adherence. Keep up-to-the-minute with the latest developments in comparative-effectiveness research.
Published: November 2012