31 August - 04 September 2019, Paris - France

Session Details

Poster Session 6: Acute heart failure
Tue 03 Sep 08:30 - 12:30 European Society of Cardiology Poster Session, Abstract-based Programme Posters - Poster Area
Learning Objectives: Posters are on display from 08:30 – 12:30. Presenters will be by their poster during the coffee break from 10:05 and 10:55 for posters viewing time.

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08:30P5405Clinical and prognostic relevance of increased liver stiffness coupled with abnormal liver function tests in decompensated heart failureAnzhela SOLOVEVA (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation)
08:30P5406Impact of the albumin level on the prognostic value of diuretic response in patients admitted for acute decompensated heart failure: a prospective studyKyoko YAMAMOTO (, Japan)
08:30P5407Body-composition analysis of patients with acute heart failure -preliminary results from the SCALE HF trial-Fiorangelo DE IESO (Basel, Switzerland)
08:30P5408Initiating angiotensin receptor blockade and neprilysin inhibitor (ARNI) in acute heart failure with mechanical supportHo-Tsung HSIN (Banciao, Taiwan)
08:30P5409Plasma volume status provides the additional prognostic information to the Get With the Guidelines-Heart Failure risk score in acute decompensated heart failure patientsTakahisa YAMADA (Osaka, Japan)
08:30P5410Combination assessment of renal and hepatic dysfunction improves the predictability of prognosis in patients with acute decompensated heart failure.Naoki SHIBATA (Nagoya, Japan)
08:30P5411Prognostic communication with hospitalized heart failure patients; the patients' perspectiveHiroki KITAKATA (Tokyo, Japan)
08:30P5412Prevalence of RV failure assessed by echocardiography in acute dyspnoea cohortKamile CERLINSKAITE (Kaunas, Lithuania)
08:30P5413Effect of empagliflozin as add-on therapy on serum uric acid level in patients with type 2 diabetes hospitalized for acute decompensated heart failure: a prospective randomized controlled studyShunsuke TAMAKI (Osaka, Japan)