HF is associated with high morbidity and mortality
- 1 in 5 patients die within 1 year of diagnosis, with sudden cardiac death occurring at 6 to 9 times the rate of the general population2
- More than 1 in 2 patients die within 5 years, with survival rates worse than major cancers like bowel, breast and prostate cancer1
Improved management of HF is the key to improved patient outcomes and quality of life1,3,4
From diagnosis to disease monitoring – HF management can be challenging.
- HF diagnosis can be challenging
- HF hospitalization remains a burden for patients and society
- HF long term management can be improved