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Culturally-appropriate education can improve self-care in Hispanic patients with heart failure: A pilot study

Hispanics constitute the largest US ethnic group and have been shown to have more frequent heart failure (HF) hospitalizations than non-Hispanic whites. Disease management programs that teach HF self-care are known to successfully reduce hospitalization rates and mortality. However, most programs are limited to patients who speak English.