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Published in Cardiology

Journal Scan / Research · June 13, 2021

Reduced Mitral Regurgitation Is Associated With Improved Clinical and Quality-of-Life Outcomes in Heart Failure



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Relationship Between Residual Mitral Regurgitation and Clinical and Quality-of-Life Outcomes After Transcatheter and Medical Treatments in Heart Failure: The COAPT Trial
Circulation 2021 May 27;[EPub Ahead of Print], S Kar, MJ Mack, J Lindenfeld, WT Abraham, FM Asch, NJ Weissman, M Enriquez-Sarano, DS Lim, JM Mishell, BK Whisenant, JH Rogers, SV Arnold, DJ Cohen, PA Grayburn, GW Stone

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