When the heart fails to exercise its function of pumping the blood to the body, heart failure occurs, which causes difficulty in breathing and water retention, giving rise to edema.

It affects people as they increase with age, and significantly diminishing the quality of life of patients.
In the CMC, we have dedicated one of our Units to the treatment of this disease, to offer our patients the latest advances that have occurred in this field of Cardiology.

Many patients are now free of symptoms thanks to the correct handling of drugs in this disease by an experienced cardiologist. But hygienic-dietary and lifestyle measures also play as important a role as drugs. For this reason, in our Unit, a team of nurses carries out programs at home to teach the patient and his family how to live and control the symptoms of heart failure.