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Hand-carried ultrasound benefit
Asymptomatic left ventricular systolic dysfunction is present in about one of every 20 general medical inpatients with at least one risk factor for heart failure. Because treatment may reduce morbidity, further studies examining the costs and benefits of using hand-carried ultrasound to identify this important condition in general medical inpatients are warranted.  The American Journal of Medicine (1/2013)