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DHFDengue Hemorrhagic Fever
DHFDengue Haemorrhagic Fever
DHFDansk Håndbold Forbund
DHFDiastolic Heart Failure (cardiology)
DHFDisable High Pass Filter
DHFDomaine des Hautes Fagnes (Belgium hotel)
DHFDolores Huerta Foundation (Bakersfield, CA)
DHFDesign History File
DHFDescending Hypothalamic Fibers (neuroscience)
DHFDai-Ichi High Frequency Co., Ltd.
DHFDépannage Hydraulique Flexibles (French hydraulic hose repair company)
DHFDermatologie Hors Frontières (French: Dermatology outside Borders)
DHFDépannage Hôtellerie et Froid (French: French commercial refrigeration company)
DHFDiluted Hydrofluoric Acid
DHFDiabetes Hands Foundation (Palo Alto, CA)
DHFDemand History File
DHFDorena-Hickman Ferry (Hickman, Kentucky)
DHFDecoupled Hartree-Fock
DHFData Handling Function
DHFAbu Dhabi Al Dhafra Military Airport (airport code)
DHFDocument History File
References in periodicals archive ?
New concepts in diastolic dysfunction and diastolic heart failure: Part II: Causal mechanisms and treatment.
Systolic heart failure is more common in men, and diastolic heart failure is more common in women.
Response of B-type natriuretic peptide to exercise in hypertensive patients with suspected diastolic heart failure: correlation with cardiac function, hemodynamics and workload.
Mebazaa, "Diastolic heart failure in anaesthesia and critical care," British Journal of Anaesthesia, vol.
Additionally, it has been reported that half of these heart failure patients are afflicted with diastolic heart failure
Our patient is a 92-year-old male with severe aortic stenosis whose past medical history includes umbilical and inguinal hernia, chronic diastolic heart failure, right bundle branch block, coronary artery disease, and obesity.
Later on, studies conducted in patients with primary aldosteronism, essential hypertension, and diastolic heart failure have yielded further evidence that elevated plasma aldosterone might have untoward cardiac effects [28] and might foreshadow the onset of heart failure.
Lee et al., "Connective tissue growth factor and cardiac diastolic dysfunction: human data from the Taiwan Diastolic Heart Failure Registry and molecular basis by cellular and animal models," European Journal of Heart Failure, vol.
Jaber, "Understanding 'diastolic heart failure': the tip of the iceberg," Journal of the American College of Cardiology, vol.
Li et al., "Relationship of arterial stiffness and early mild diastolic heart failure in general middle and aged population," European Heart Journal, vol.
There are three echocardiographic patterns of diastolic heart failure. The mildest form is called an "abnormal relaxation pattern", or grade I diastolic dysfunction.