Acute decompensated heart failure in children is characterized by high burdens of comorbidities, mortality, and frequent readmission, especially among patients with underlying congenital heart disease.
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Patients with HFrEF who were diabetic or prediabetic had reduced left ventricular volumes following therapy with empagliflozin.
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