Iron Deficiency in Heart Failure Is a Common, Fixable Problem

Intravenous iron is best for correcting it.

If you have heart failure, you know it often takes a lot of work—and a strong patient-physician partnership—to maintain a good quality of life. Staying well usually requires making dietary adjustments, such as adopting a low-sodium diet and restricting fluid intake. Multiple medications are usually required, as well. Yet many heart-failure patients are plagued by […]
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