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MEDICINE; OSU tests heart-failure treatment
Mar 2, 2017 - The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)

Raynes Rozzelle could barely breathe. It was, he said of that November day, as if someone were sitting on his chest.

The Whitehall man didn't know it at the time, but he was suffering from congestive heart failure that ended up putting him in the hospital with fluid around his heart and in his lungs.

Congestive heart failure makes the muscle inefficient at pumping fluid to the rest of the body, which can result in fluids backing up into the lungs, stomach, legs and other areas. This

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