The PRESERVED-HF Study – Main Study Presentation and Peer-to-peer Discussion

Published: 13 September 2021

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In this series, on behalf of the investigators, Dr Mikhail Kosiborod (St Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute, Kansas City, US) and Dr Dalane Kitzman (Wake Forest School of Medicine, North Carolina, US) address the PRESERVED-HF study.


In the first part of the programme, Dr Mikhail Kosiborod provides a comprehensive overview of the study, summarising the challenge of heart failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction, the study design, and key endpoints. Dr Kosiborod highlights that dapagliflozin significantly improved symptoms and physical limitations in patients with HFpEF at 12 weeks. The treatment effect was meaningful and statistically significant, with no safety signals.


In the second part of the programme, Dr Kosiborod is joined by Dr Kitzman for a peer-to-peer discussion. Each short video of this engaging four-part series takes a detailed look at the study: together, they access the study design, recap the main results, consider important baseline characteristics, and tackle the implications of this data for real world practice.
 

This programme is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from AstraZeneca

Learning Objectives

  • Recall the symptom and physical limitation improvements achieved in PRESERVED-HF
  • Describe the characteristics of the PRESERVED-HF study patient population in the context of real-world patients
  • Discuss the potential clinical implications of PRESERVED-HF to the treatment of patients with HFpEF

Series overview

Part 1

PRESERVED-HF: Main Study Presentation

1 session

  • The PRESERVED-HF Study: Effects of Dapagliflozin on Symptoms and Functional Status in Patients With Heart Failure and Preserved Ejection Fraction

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Part 2

Exploring the Clinical Significance of PRESERVED-HF: A Peer-to-peer Discussion

4 sessions

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