Features October 2018 Issue

Persistent Coughing Can Be a Symptom of Heart Failure

A cough that does not respond to conventional treatments should be evaluated by a cardiologist.

I have met patients who were first diagnosed as having a respiratory issue. Over time, when their symptoms did not improve with appropriate treatment, heart failure was entertained as a diagnosis, says Cleveland Clinic heart failure specialist Miriam Jacob, MD.

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