Congestive heart failure (CHF) consists a prevalent debilitating disease of poor prognosis. Despite improvements in diagnosis and technology and the remarkable progress in care, the annual number of cases has been dramatically increased over the last three decades. Approximately, five million people live with CHF in the United States, about 550.00 new cases are diagnosed every year and unfortunately half of them die within five years of diagnosis.
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