- •Peripheral venous pressure (PVP) can be measured easily in patients with heart failure.
- •PVP correlates strongly with right atrial pressure (RAP).
- •PVP predicted RAP better than conventional congestion assessments.
- •The predictive value of PVP should be evaluated in future studies.
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