WHAT IS HEART FAILURE?

Heart failure is a serious medical condition where the heart does not pump blood around the body as well as it should. This means that your blood can't deliver enough oxygen and nourishment to your body to allow it to work normally. This, for example, may cause you to feel tired or fatigued. It also means that you can't eliminate waste products properly - leading to a build up of fluid in your lungs and other parts of your body, such as your legs and abdomen.

FOR CAREGIVERS

UNDERSTANDING YOUR ROLE


Your role will involve helping and supporting your partner or relative to adjust their lifestyle to fit with their new treatment plan.

AN ANIMATED JOURNEY THROUGH HEART

A series of 9 simple, captivating animations explaining heart failure and its treatment.

These narrated animations explain how a healthy heart works, what happens to it in heart failure and how various treatments work to improve your health.

NEWS AND EVENTS

29 September 2017

KSHF 2017 – Nov 17-18, 2017 2017 Annual Scientific Session of the Korean Society of Heart Failure

28 September 2017

AFCC2017 BRUNEIĀ  EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDSĀ 30 SEPTEMBER 2017

4 August 2017

SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF INDONESIAN HEART FAILURE WORKING GROUP ON HEART FAILURE

2 June 2017

Asian Pacific Society of Cardiology (13 – 15 July 2017, Singapore)