Failure of the left side of the heart causes blood to back up (be congested) into
the lungs, causing respiratory symptoms as well ...
Sep 23, 2016 ... Right-sided or right ventricular (RV) heart failure usually occurs as a result of left-
sided failure. When the left ventricle fails, increased fluid ...
Sep 23, 2008 ... Right-sided heart failure occurs in about 1 in 20 people. Coronary artery disease
is the most common cause of heart failure in the United States, ...
Heart failure can involve the left side (left ventricle), right side (right ventricle) or
both sides of your heart. Generally, heart failure begins with the left side, ...
Learn the different types of heart failure: left-sided heart failure, right-sided heart
failure and congestive heart failure.
History; Physical Examination; Predominant Right-Sided Heart Failure; Heart
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Information on Right-Sided Heart Failure. Includes topic overview and related
Oct 23, 2006 ... The Right Ventricle in Left-Sided Heart Failure. The hypothesis that enlargement
of the left ventricle could affect function of the right ventricle ...
Swollen ankles or legs, known as peripheral edema, may be a result of right-
sided heart failure since fluid cannot be pumped to the lungs at an efficient rate.
If the left side of your heart is not working properly (left-sided heart failure), blood
and fluid back up into your lungs. You will feel short of breath, be very tired, and ...