Co-treatment of heart failure and depression improves quality of life
from University of Pittsburgh via Phys.org
New research from the Hopeful Heart Trial at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine has found that telephone-delivered care—blending treatment for heart failure and co-morbid depression—improves mental health-related quality of life and mood symptoms more than doctors' usual care for these conditions. Preliminary findings were presented today at a plenary late-breaking clinical trials session at the American College of Cardiology's Scientific Session in New Orleans.
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