We were pleased to receive a Letter to the Editor from a patient with heart failure! To our knowledge, this is the first patient submission to the Journal, and we greatly appreciate Mr Renesch's thoughtful comments about an issue that has indeed been the focus of much discussion within the heart failure community
- Kirsch B.
- Levin B.W.
Heart failure: can you think of a better name?.
J Card Fail. 2012; 18: 173-174
2—ie, what is the most suitable term for the condition that we treat?
- Cohn J.N.
What's in a name?.
J Card Fail. 2012; 18: 175
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- Heart failure: can you think of a better name?.J Card Fail. 2012; 18: 173-174
- What's in a name?.J Card Fail. 2012; 18: 175
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