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 Anastasiia Solonovych
Anastasiia Solonovych
Anastasiia Solonovych Anastasiia Solonovych

Heart Institute of the Ministry of Healthcare of Ukraine, Kiev (Ukraine)

Specialities : Chronic Heart Failure , Arrhythmias-General, Chronic Heart Failure, Hypertension, Risk Factors and Prevention

7 presentations from this speaker

Silent strokes and cognitive function in patients with chronic heart failure and sinus rhythm

Event : HFA Discoveries 2020

  • Session : HFA Discoveries - ePosters
  • Speaker : A Solonovych (Kyiv,UA)

New disease-specific adherence questionnaire can predict 2-year survival in chronic heart failure

Event : ESC Congress 2019

  • Session : Heart failure management
  • Speaker : A Solonovych (Kyiv,UA)

Prognostic value of cognitive tests in chronic heart failure with reduced left ventricular ejection fraction

Event : Heart Failure 2019

  • Session : Chronic Heart Failure - Clinical
  • Speaker : A Solonovych (Kyiv,UA)

Cognitively impaired versus cognitively non-impaired chronic heart failure patients: which distinctions?

Event : Heart Failure 2018

  • Session : Chronic Heart Failure - Clinical
  • Speaker : A Solonovych (Kyiv,UA)

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