Clinical features of Heart failure
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- Acute pulmonary edema, Ascites
- Blood pressure fall (hypotension)
- Cyanosis, Cardiac asthma, Cheyne-Stokes respiration, Cachexia, Cerebral symptoms
- Edema, Effusion (pleural and pericardial)
- Frequent urination at night
- Gallop rhythm
- Inspiratory crepts
- Jaundice, JVP increased and
- Kidney related symptoms (low urinary sodium, protienuria, oliguria etc.)
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