Sep 6, 2016
Heart failure is
a very common condition, affecting more than 5 million Americans.
But it is not a death sentence. Through lifestyle changes, new
medications, and advances in technology, the condition can be
managed and patients can lead longer, fuller lives.
Listen as Samer S. Najjar, MD, the Director of Advanced Heart Failure at MedStar Washington Hospital Center discusses advanced heart failure and the ways that it can be managed for a better quality of life.