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What is congestive heart failure?

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When the heart gets weak due to coronary artery disease, high blood pressure or narrow arteries, diabetes. It may lead to Congestive heart failure.

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when the heart could not pump enough blood required by the body’s is called heart failure. It doesn’t mean that the h...

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