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Both short, long heart failure hospitalizations linked to higher readmission rates

15:08 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Cardiovascular Business

If a patient is hospitalized for heart failure (HF), a short stay is associated with higher rates of cardiovascular and readmission and with lower rates of non-cardiovascular readmissions, according to a new study. Conversely, a long stay for HF is associated with increased rates of all types of readmissions and an increased risk of mortality.

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