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Everything to know about systolic heart failure

January 12, 2022

From the Medical News Today website

Systolic heart failure is a type of left-sided heart failure, otherwise known as left-ventricle heart failure. Systolic heart failure means that the heart does not pump efficiently, and does not contract the way it should between heartbeats.

There are two types of left-ventricle heart failure. These are systolic and diastolic heart failure. Both of these types can eventually lead to right-ventricle heart failure. 

However, there are differences between systolic and diastolic heart failure. 

Though treatment for systolic heart failure is available, there is no known cure.

Read on to learn more about preventing, diagnosing, and treating systolic heart failure.

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