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CardioBites:HFpEF Series
Overview - What are CardioBites
CardioBites are mobile-friendly, bite-sized videos producting focused education on important topics in the heart failure field.  They can be watch anytime, anywhere on YouTube.  No password.  No barriers.  Just easy access.  HFSA will release one CardioBites video each month.

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View the full playlist of videos in this series here.
Target Audience
The CardioBites Video Series is designed to educate physicians, scientists, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists and patients about the recent advances in emerging trends in Heart Failure.
Series Outline

What is Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction (HFpEF) and Who Does It Impact
Heart failure with preserved ejection fraction or (HFpEF) is defined as the symptoms and/or signs of heart failure caused by structural/functional cardiac abnormalities. It also includes at least one of the following: elevated natriuretic peptides; or objective evidence of cardiogenic pulmonary or systemic congestion. Learn more about the diagnosis and treatment of this challenging condition.  YouTube Link

What is the Clinical Workup for Diagnosing Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction (HFpEF)
Accurate, early evaluation and diagnosis of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF) facilitates treatment intervewntions and improves outcomes.  In this CardioBites, we review the clinical workup for diagnosing HFpEF.  YouTube Link

What are the phenotypes of Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction (HFpEF)
Our third program on HFpEF examines clinical phenotypes, comorbidities, and some underlying differences in pathophysiology. Learn more about how identifying the underlying phenotype of HFpEF may facilitate a more targeted approach to treatment.  YouTube Link

What Do Current Guidelines Recommend for the Treatment of HFpEF
The goals of therapy for patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction are to reduce HF symptoms, increase functional status, and reduce the risk of hospital admission. Learn more about the current guidelines, and therapeutics for the treatment of these challenging patients.  YouTube Link

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