Beneficial Effects of a Nurse-led, Clinic and Home-based Intervention in Chronic Heart Failure

Stewart, S. and Thompson, D. R. (2004). Beneficial Effects of a Nurse-led, Clinic and Home-based Intervention in Chronic Heart Failure. In: , Heart Lung and Circulation; The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting 2004 Cardiology Bench to Bedside: The Science and The Practice. The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting 2004 Cardiology Bench to Bedside: The Science and The Practice, Brisbane, (S49-S49). 7-11 August, 2004.


Author Stewart, S.
Thompson, D. R.
Title of paper Beneficial Effects of a Nurse-led, Clinic and Home-based Intervention in Chronic Heart Failure
Conference name The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting 2004 Cardiology Bench to Bedside: The Science and The Practice
Conference location Brisbane
Conference dates 7-11 August, 2004
Proceedings title Heart Lung and Circulation; The Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, New Zealand Annual Scientific Meeting 2004 Cardiology Bench to Bedside: The Science and The Practice   Check publisher's open access policy
Place of Publication Carlton South, Vic
Publisher Elsevier
Publication Year 2004
DOI 10.1016/j.hlc.2004.05.001
ISSN 1443-9506
1444-2892
Volume 13
Issue Supplement 2
Start page S49
End page S49
Total pages 1
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Background. Although the evidence for applying specialist nurse-led programs of care to optimise the postdischarge management of chronic heart failure (CHF) is compelling, the majority of randomised studies have either applied a clinic or home-based approach. In practice, however, many programs employ a pragmatic combination of the two.
Subjects 1102 Cardiovascular Medicine and Haematology

 
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