This observational registry is designed to enroll patients with heart failure in a pan Indian Population including ones developing acute heart failure during their hospitalization phase.
The built-in eCRF system is designed to
This data will be analyzed to garner insights into the various etiological factors, co-morbid conditions; diagnostic modalities used and practice patterns and challenges faced in heart failure treatment. The economic impact, gap in guideline directed treatment and follow up could be addressed. This would help in planning better utilization of resources, which may have to be modified in a country like India.
|Pilot Phase||ICC – National Heart Failure Registry|
|Primary objective||Gain a clear understanding of the clinical, demographic, and etiological factors of HF in the country. Estimates of mortality, nonfatal outcomes, and rehospitalisation would also be obtained.||This is to closely track the clinical, demographic and etiological factors of Heart Failure in the country and also to estimate in-hospital mortality, 30 day, 6 month and 1 year mortality and re-hospitalisation.|
|Secondary objective||To understand the diagnostic and therapeutic options offered along with the prognostic parameters and practice patterns.||To understand the diagnostic and therapeutic options offered and also to understand the prognostic parameters pertaining to mortality and re-hospitalisation.|
|Inclusion criteria||Patients above 18 years of age, admitted to hospital ICU/ward of the participating centres, clinically diagnosed with Acute HF.||Patients above 18 years of age, admitted to hospital ICU/ward of the participating centers, clinically diagnosed with Acute HF.|
|Exclusion criteria||Patients not willing and available for follow up||Patients not willing and available for follow up|