Heart Failure Patients’ Perceptions of Quality of Life: A Meta-Synthesis
Wilkinson, Amy Elisabeth (2013) Heart Failure Patients’ Perceptions of Quality of Life: A Meta-Synthesis. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
Background: The prevalence of heart failure is increasing due to increased life expectancy and increased survival following cardiac events. Heart failure affects quality of life more than most other chronic conditions, and in many cases, maintaining quality of life is more important than increasing survival.
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