Now, experts are encouraging everyone to learn the signs and symptoms of heart failure.
What does SSHF stand for?
SSHF stands for Signs and Symptoms of Heart Failure (cardiology)
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- Source-Side Hot Electron
- State System of Higher Education (Pennsylvania)
- Swept Surface Heat Exchanger (food processing)
- Salmonid Screening Habitat Enhancement and Restoration (now Environmental Restoration Technical Assistance; Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife)
- Stepping Stones for Home Educators (Australia)
- Sutherland Shire Hub for Economic Development (Australia)
- State System of Higher Education Mathematics Association
- Social Sciences and Humanities in the European Research Area (European Commission research group)
- Sequential Series Hybrid Electric Vehicle
- Saturdays Sundays Holidays Excluded (shipping)
- Spin-Symmetrized Hartree-Fock
- Stephanie Starks Hope Foundation (Culver City, CA)
- Social Security and Housing Finance Corporation (Gambia)
- Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum (Canada)
- Severus Snape/Hermione Granger (Harry Potter fan fiction)
- special special high grade (zinc)
- Stammerers Self-Help Group
- Surface Second Harmonic Generation (semiconductor manufacturing quality measurement)
- Sustainable Self Help Group (India)
- SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan (law firm; Philippines)
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The GWTG-heart failure patients are counseled to follow guidelines such as ACE-inhibitor and beta-blocker therapy, hypertension control, smoking cessation, weight management and understanding the signs and symptoms of heart failure and what to do if their condition worsens.
Weighing less than a pound, the new portable AUDICOR(R) 200 is the first diagnostic to help paramedics solve one of their most challenging problems -- the confident diagnosis of shortness-of-breath in patients with subtle signs and symptoms of heart failure -- a situation exacerbated by the limited availability of diagnostic tools.