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ECLIPSE Data on Effects of Otsuka's Investigational Novel Treatment, Tolvaptan, on Advanced Heart Failure Patients' Hemodynamics and Urine Output Featured in Heart Failure Society of America's Late Breaking Trials
Date:9/19/2007

xpenses related to HF tally about $28 billion, ACC estimates. The majority of patients hospitalized for ADHF, the worsening of chronic HF that affects 1 million US residents annually, have edema or excess body fluid.

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(1) SHAPE Survey Results to the General Public, Annual Congress of the

European Society of Cardiology in Vienna, September 2003.

(2) ACC News Release, ''American College of Cardiology / American Heart

Association guidelines: New heart failure guidelines stress early

diagnosis and treatment,'' August 16, 2005. Accessed at

http://www.acc.org/media/releases/highlights/2005/aug05/hf%5Fguideline% 5Fupdat

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