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Ritter M, Laule-Kilian K, Klima T, Christ A, Christ M, Perruchoud A, Mueller C. Gender differences in acute congestive heart failure. Swiss Med Wkly 2006: 136: 311-317.

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  • TITLE: Gender Effects on Acute Heart Failure

    AUTHORS: Arnon Blum, Rizak Sirchan, Lital Keinan-Boker

    KEYWORDS: Gender, Heart Failure, In Hospital Death

    JOURNAL NAME: International Journal of Clinical Medicine, Vol.2 No.3, July 19, 2011

    ABSTRACT: Background: Congestive heart failure is the leading cause of hospitalization in the elderly. Little is known about gender effect on baseline characteristics and in-hospital outcome in patients admitted with acute heart failure. Our purpose was to study the gender effect on in-hospital mortality in acute heart failure patients. Methods and Results: A prospective study [143 patients, 67 men (73.9 ± 13.8 years old) and 76 women (77.8 ± 10.1 years old) (p = 0.059)] followed in-hospital outcome of patients with acute heart failure admitted to the hospital. Clinical parameters included body mass index (BMI), ankle brachial index (ABI), left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF), re-admissions within 1 year, and in-hospital mortality. The gender effects that were studied included height, BMI, smoking, coronary artery disease, LVEF and mortality: in total, 9 (6.3%) patients died, of them 8 (10.5%) women and 1 (1.5%) man. Women were shorter (p