Published: 18 June 2020
Author(s): Belén Álvarez Álvarez, Charigan Abou Jokh Casas, Rosa Agra Bermejo, Alberto Cordero, Ana Belén Cid Álvarez, Moisés Rodriguez Mañero, Noelia Bouzas Cruz, José María García Acuña, Angel Salgado Barreiro, José R. González-Juanatey
Section: Original article

Non-ST segment elevation acute coronary syndrome (NSTEACS) is the most frequent manifestation of acute coronary syndromes (ACS) [1, 2]. Acute heart failure (HF) remains a common complication of ACS, and it is one of the most important clinical manifestations of worse prognosis. Although improvements in the management of ACS over the last decade have demonstrated a reduction of in-hospital mortality and long-term events, HF is still a prevalent complication and is associated with higher mortality [3–9], being women more likely to develop symptoms of HF in such a clinical setting [3,9].


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