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Acute heart failure

Acute heart failure (AHF) refers to the clinical syndrome of acute pulmonary congestion, pulmonary edema, insufficient perfusion of tissues and organs and cardiogenic shock caused by acute attack or aggravated left ventricular dysfunction, resulting in decreased myocardial contractility and increased cardiac load, resulting in sudden drop of acute cardiac output, increased pulmonary circulation pressure and increased peripheral circulation resistance, resulting in pulmonary circulation congestion. Acute heart failure can be acute exacerbation or sudden onset on the basis of the original chronic heart failure. Before the onset, most patients are complicated with organic cardiovascular disease, which can be manifested as systolic heart failure or diastolic heart failure. Acute heart failure is often life-threatening and must be rescued urgently.

Symptoms

Acute cavernous sinus thrombophlebitis

Acute right heart failure

Acute left heart failure

Acute respiratory failure

Acute interstitial pneumonia

Acute hydrogen sulfide poisoning

Accelerated atrial escape rhythm

Acute idiopathic pericarditis

Acute tracheobronchia

Accelerated ventricular autonomic rhythm

Hormone resistant asthma

Acute invasive pulmonary aspergillosis

Familial mixed hyperlipidemia

Familial hypercholesterolemia

Acute laryngeal wind

Intermittent dependent torsade de pointe ventricular tachycardia

Acute bronchiolitis

Familial abnormality β Lipoproteinemia

Acute lung abscess

Corrected transposition of great arteries

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