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Decoding Asymptomatic Heart Failure: The Silent Threat

Decoding Asymptomatic Heart Failure: The Silent Threat

4 mins read

Welcome to Prime Diagnostic Centre’s blog, your go-to source for cutting-edge insights into cardiovascular health and medical diagnostics. Today, we’re delving into the often-overlooked realm of asymptomatic heart failure in a compelling video hosted by Dr. U P Singh on the Echo Singh YouTube channel. Join us as we uncover the prevalence, significance, and early detection strategies for this silent yet potentially deadly condition.

Understanding Asymptomatic Heart Failure

Asymptomatic heart failure, classified as Stage B heart failure, is alarmingly more common than its symptomatic counterpart. Dr. U P Singh sheds light on this lesser-known aspect of heart failure, emphasizing its significance in cardiovascular health. Despite the absence of symptoms, the mortality rate of asymptomatic heart failure rivals that of malignancy, making early detection imperative for optimal patient outcomes.

Early Detection Strategies

Detecting asymptomatic heart failure requires a proactive approach, utilizing advanced diagnostic tools and biomarkers. Dr. U P Singh discusses the role of N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP), high-sensitivity troponin T (hs TcT), and echocardiography in identifying subtle signs of cardiac dysfunction before symptoms manifest. By leveraging these early detection strategies, healthcare professionals can intervene promptly and mitigate the progression of heart failure.

Ready to deepen your understanding of asymptomatic heart failure and its implications for patient care? watch the full video on the Echo Singh channel. Gain invaluable insights from Dr. U P Singh to enhance your diagnostic capabilities and improve cardiovascular outcomes for your patients.


This information is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment. It is aimed at presenting a perspective only and is not a substitute for a prescription. Anyone experiencing a medical condition should consult their doctor.