Main Article Content
Heart failure (HF) is increasing in prevalence and continues to have poor prognosis despite using up-to-date guideline-directed medical treatment and device intervention. There is a dire need for new therapies that can improve patient outcomes. New recently tested medical and interventional therapies have proven effective in reducing the morbidity, mortality and improving the quality of life for patients with HF and these therapies are discussed in details in this review. Ongoing large scale clinical trials are underway to determine the efficacy and safety of novel therapies of HF. Development of these medical and interventional therapies are improving our understanding of HF and paving the way to better clinical outcomes.