Predictors for high ventricular arrhythmia burden in patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction and central sleep apnea: an analysis of the SERVE-HF major substudy

C. Fisser (Regensburg, Germany), J. Bureck (Regensburg, Germany), L. Gall (Regensburg, Germany), V. Vaas (Regensburg, Germany), J. Priefert (Regensburg, Germany), S. Fredersdorf (Regensburg, Germany), F. Zeman (Regensburg, Germany), D. Linz (Aidelaid, Australia), H. Wöhrle (Blaubeuren, Germany), R. Tamisier (Grenoble, France), H. Teschler (Essen, Germany), M. Cowie (London, United Kingdom), M. Arzt (Regensburg, Germany)

Source: Sleep and Breathing Conference 2021
Session: Central Sleep Apnoea and the impact of the quality of life on OSA and Insomnia
Session type: Oral Presentation
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Disease area: Sleep and breathing disorders

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C. Fisser (Regensburg, Germany), J. Bureck (Regensburg, Germany), L. Gall (Regensburg, Germany), V. Vaas (Regensburg, Germany), J. Priefert (Regensburg, Germany), S. Fredersdorf (Regensburg, Germany), F. Zeman (Regensburg, Germany), D. Linz (Aidelaid, Australia), H. Wöhrle (Blaubeuren, Germany), R. Tamisier (Grenoble, France), H. Teschler (Essen, Germany), M. Cowie (London, United Kingdom), M. Arzt (Regensburg, Germany). Predictors for high ventricular arrhythmia burden in patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction and central sleep apnea: an analysis of the SERVE-HF major substudy. Sleep and Breathing Conference 2021

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