Study: Counseling helps blacks, minorities with heart failure

08/16/2006 | Reuters

A nurse-led program focusing on specific problems can help prevent hospitalizations among blacks and other minorities for heart failure, according to a new study. Researchers found that patients given counseling by bilingual nurses about their diet, medication and self-management of symptoms had lower rates of hospitalizations and better functioning after a year, compared to patients given standard care.

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