New therapy modalities for heart failure CPD


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Dr Stuart Rosen will discuss a number of new therapy modalities for heart failure. His talk will cover epidemiology, prevention, therapeutics and devices. 

This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'Therapeutic advances for older people: Benefits, risks and costs.'

Date of Lecture: 29th March 2012. 

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Length: 00:29:50

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