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“Don’t fail your heart”

Did you know that by the time you're 70 years old, your heart has beaten two and a half billion times? You'll find this fact and many more in this video tour of HF.

See the facts on HF, its causes and effects, and what you can do to help manage it.

Managing HF

Managing HF

HF doesn’t mean the heart has failed altogether. It means the heart doesn’t pump blood as well as it once did, and doesn’t deliver all the blood and oxygen that the body and its organs need to work normally. This can make even everyday physical activities more challenging—things you used to do without a second thought.

Managing HF
Know what signs to look for

Know what signs to look for

Know what signs to look for

Watch for any signs of HF that give cause for concern. Find out why new signs and symptoms, or any that get worse, can be your alert to call the doctor.

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Meet Heart Partner

Get the Heart Partner app—support for patients and caregivers that helps you create a circle of care. Track symptoms, monitor medicines, link to health monitoring devices, manage activities and appointments, and share details among family and friends.

Connect. Care. Share. Together

Meet Heart Partner

Get the Heart Partner app—support for patients and caregivers that helps you create a circle of care. Track symptoms, monitor medicines, link to health monitoring devices, manage activities and appointments, and share details among family and friends.

Sign up for support

Register for the Keep It Pumping resource program, including your free Heart Failure Handbook, containing important information to help you better manage your condition.