In patients with preserved heart function.

In patients with preserved heart function, Hispanic patients were 50 % less likely than non-Hispanic whites to die during their hospital stays. Encouraging differences in hospital survival between Hispanic and non-Hispanic heart failure patients with reduced cardiac function -. There were no major differences in quality of care among all Hispanic and non-Hispanic whites, irrespective of cardiac function – .

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