Our expert team medically manages heart failure in patients with the latest available medications to control the progression of the condition, keeping patients out of the hospital, and reducing mortality. Also, the cardiac rehabilitation team counsels the patients and their family members on diet and other lifestyle modifications to limit symptoms and to optimise the patient’s ability to participate in daily routines.
Moderate physical activity – mild / symptoms Bed rest (if severe symptoms)
Weight reduction & weight monitoring
Restricted salt intake
Diureties – to improve Urine Output & get rid of fluid in lungs.
Angiotensin and B blockers can be combined. Angiotensin – modulating agents (ACE & Angiotensin receptor antagonist).
Decreases the amount of work heart performs.
Slows the deterioration of heat function.
Decreases work of heart
Slows the deterioration of heart function
Positive ionotropes: Improves heart function
Dobulamine – severe heart failure
Milrinone – severe Cardiomyopathy where the major heart chambers are grossly enlarged & heart function is poor
Levosimendan – Calcium sensitizer