Systolic heart failure is a form of heart failure where the hearts lower chambers are to week to pump out enough blood to the body. This will result in shortness of breath along with a number of other heart failure symptoms. Systolic heart failure is twice more common in men than women, and when women do develop this condition it tends to be less severe. The most common causes of systolic heart failure are coronary artery disease and high blood pressure. The treatments of this condition include medications, devices, and surgery.
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