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Congestive heart failure is typically caused by coronary heart disease and is just as frequent in men as it is in women affecting people of all ages, including children. There are many risk factors that can contribute to this disease including:
Currently, there are 5 million Americans with CHF.
It’s important to know the signs of congestive heart failure and to be proactive about seeking treatment from a cardiologist if you are experiencing changes that are causing you or your family members to be concerned.
Seek immediate care if you are experiencing two or more of these symptoms of congestive heart failure:
There are many treatment options for congestive heart failure. Most are non-invasive and involve medications and proper diet. Once diagnosed, our physicians will determine the right course of action for you.
Request an appointment with any of our cardiologists quickly and easily by filling out our online request form.Make a Cardiology Appointment
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