Tackling Heart Failure Through the Kidneys *RERUN
Heart failure, which is rising globally, has no cure. A type of medication gaining attention for the ability to slow down its progress is SGLT2 inhibitors, which treat diabetes by acting on the kidneys. When the kidneys are burdened, the heart attempts to compensate, but this medication gives the kidneys a rest, reducing the heart's workload. Additionally, a sensor is being developed to measure the appropriate exercise level for each patient. We provide the latest updates on heart failure treatment.
A class of kidney medications originally used for diabetes is gaining attention
This researcher is focusing on the heart-kidney relationship
A simple sensor is being developed to measure the appropriate exercise level for each patient
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