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Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
You are right of course. The real question is whether his heart failure is a permanent problem (CHF is often only temporary) and, if so, whether his present treatment is optimal. However, even if his medications have been optimized there are other things that can and should be done, especially diet, exercise and weight loss if possible (even sick people can exercise!).
Hope this helps,
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