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How to identify, diagnose and manage heart failure in people with diabetes

People with diabetes have a greater risk of developing heart failure, worse cardiovascular outcomes, more hospitalisations and a worse prognosis than those without diabetes. Jane Diggle provides the essential information for primary care on the diagnosis, referral and management of heart failure in this quick reference guide.

The aim of the “How to” series is to provide readers with a guide to clinical procedures and aspects of diabetes care that are covered in the clinic setting.

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