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Keep all your notes about your symptoms, medication and treatment all in one place with this handy pull-out personal record for adults with heart failure. Designed to be used together with ‘An everyday guide to living with heart failure’, it will help you and your health professionals keep track of your progress more easily. **Please note: If you have ordered our ‘An everyday guide to living with heart failure’ booklet, then you will automatically receive a copy of the personal record. You can also order or download further copes of the personal record ONLY below.
Format: Booklet, 28 Pages
Resource Code: G275A
Date Published: 29/03/2010
Publications for: Individuals, Carers and Families, Health Professionals, People with Heart Disease, Individuals
Subject: Heart Conditions, Keeping Your Heart Healthy, Recovery / Everyday Life, Treatments for Heart Conditions, Living with Heart Disease
Age Group: Adults, Elderly
Similar publications: One step at a time - Living with heart failure , Taking medicines for your heart - English , An everyday guide to living with heart failure