By Russell C. Davis
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In compensated heart failure, symptoms are stable, and many overt features of fluid retention and pulmonary oedema are absent. Decompensated heart failure refers to a deterioration, which may present either as an acute episode of pulmonary oedema or as lethargy and malaise, a reduction in exercise tolerance, and increasing breathlessness on exertion. The cause or causes of decompensation should be considered and identified; they may include recurrent ischaemia, arrhythmias, infections, and electrolyte disturbance.
Nitrates (sublingual, buccal, and intravenous) may also reduce preload and cardiac filling pressures and are particularly valuable in patients with both angina and heart failure. Sodium nitroprusside is a potent, directly acting vasodilator, which is normally reserved for refractory cases of acute heart failure. Short term inotropic support In cases of severe refractory heart failure in which the cardiac output remains critically low, the circulation can be supported for a critical period of time with inotropic agents.
Aspirin, blockers, and lipid lowering treatment, as well as smoking cessation, can reduce progression to myocardial infarction in patients with angina, and blockers may also reduce ischaemic left ventricular dysfunction. Early detection of left ventricular dysfunction in “high risk” asymptomatic patients—for example, those who have already had a myocardial infarction or who have hypertension or atrial fibrillation—and treatment with angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors can minimise the progression to symptomatic heart failure.
ABC of Heart failure by Russell C. Davis