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Heart failure
  Green: complete   Nitrates as first line treatment for acute left ventricular failure
  Green: complete   CPAP in acute left ventricular failure
  Green: complete   NIPPV for acute cardiogenic pulmonary oedema
  Green: complete   Managing acute pulmonary oedema with high or standard dose nitrate
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Does the application of opiates, during an attack of Acute Cardiogenic Pulmonary Oedma, reduce patients' mortality and morbidity?
  Blue: submitted but not checked   ED Bedside Ultrasound guided volume assessment with IVC diameter
  BET Title Available 148 Months   Use of BNP in diagnosis of LVF
  BET Title Available 164 Months   Is Warfarin anticoagulation indicated in left ventricular dysfunction
  Green: complete   ACE inhibitors in addition to standard treatments in acute heart failure
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Massive PE and cardiogenic shock. To thrombolyse or not to thrombolyse, that is the question.
  BET Title Available 146 Months   Intubation and NIPPV in heart failure
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Use of nitrates, opiates and diuretics in heart failure
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Use of diuretics and ace-inhibitors in heart failure
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Use of diuretics and nitrates in acute heart failure
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Use of nitrates and ace-inhibitors in heart failure
  Green: complete   Pregnancy-associated plasma protein A (PAPP-A): a novel cardiac marker with promise
  Blue: submitted but not checked   E-selectin as a plasma marker of acute coronary syndromes
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Soluble ICAM-1 as a cardiac biomarker for use in the Emergency Department
  Blue: submitted but not checked   Soluble VCAM-1 as a cardiac marker in the Emergency Department
  Green: complete   C reactive protein in the differential diagnosis of heart failure and chest infection
  Green: complete   Are troponin levels indicated for the routine management of SVT?