Higher Death Risk Among Unemployment Heart Failure Patients
There is a 50% higher risk of death among heart failure patients who are unemployed, according to a study presented at the 4th World Congress dedicated to work on Acute Heart Failure. The study was conducted on nearly 20,000 patients who suffered from heart failure and brought to the fore the association between unemployment and death due to heart failure.
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