Features June 2014 Issue

Brain Test May Predict Outcomes for Heart Failure Patients

Cleveland Clinic study suggests that a simple three-question exam may be helpful in forecasting rehospitalizations.

While the functioning of the heart may receive most of the focus in the discharge of heart failure patients from the hospital, a new Cleveland Clinic study suggests that brain function should also be strongly evaluated.

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