BIG MOOD: Managing Depression in Patients with Heart Failure

Depression is a common comorbidity in patients with heart failure. Despite being associated with worse outcomes, depression is often unaddressed in this population, possibly due to unfamiliarity of cardiologists with proper diagnosis and management of this disease. Recent data continues to be conflicting in how to address this comorbidity. In this post, Dr. Gale discusses the evidence for managing depression in patients with cardiovascular disease.