Episode 5 - The use of SGLT2 inhibitors in patients hospitalised for acute heart failure - Prof. Christiane Angermann
We are joined by Professor Christiane Angermann. Prof Angermann is a Senior Professor of Medicine and Clinical Research in Cardiology at the University and University Hospital Würzburg in Germany, and co-founder of the Comprehensive Heart Failure Centre Würzburg (CHFC). She acted as coordinating investigator in the Executive Committee of the EMPULSE trial, a multinational clinical trial evaluating the clinical benefit of empagliflozin in patients who were stabilised after hospitalisation for acute heart failure. She has published over 240 peer-reviewed articles and is currently editor-in-chief for Current Heart Failure Reports.
For this episode, we will explore the potential for the use of empagliflozin in patients who are hospitalised with heart failure.
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