Heart failure patients on iron therapy 26% less likely to be hospitalised again: Study

Heart failure patients on iron therapy 26% less likely to be hospitalised again: Study

23/3/2021 5:48:00 PM

Heart failure patients on iron therapy 26% less likely to be hospitalised again: Study

SINGAPORE — Heart failure patients who are treated with intravenous iron therapy are 26 per cent less likely to be re-admitted to the hospital for heart failure compared to those who were not given the therapy, a global study in which Singapore participated has found.

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