Patients Commonly Believe Their Heart Failure Hospitalizations Are Preventable and Identify Worsening Heart Failure, Nonadherence, and a Knowledge Gap as Reasons for Admission

Nisha A. Gilotra*, Adam Shpigel, Ike S. Okwuosa, Ruth Tamrat, Deirdre Flowers, Stuart D. Russell

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