Cognitive impairment in heart failure patients

01/29/2013 | American Journal of Medicine, The

Cognitive impairment is common in older adults hospitalized for heart failure, yet it is frequently not documented by physicians. Implementation of strategies to improve recognition and documentation of cognitive impairment may improve the care of these patients, particularly at the time of hospital discharge.

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