usually occurs in elderly people who have wheezing and shortness of breath that are due to heart failure. When the heart is too weak to pump blood effectively, fluid will accumulate in the lungs. Fluid in the lungs causes shortness of breath and wheezing. A chest X-ray can be helpful in diagnosing heart failure by demonstrating an enlarged heart (usually a sign of heart failure) along with fluid in the tissues of the lung. Treatment of heart failure involves using diuretics (water pills) to rid the lungs of excess fluid and medications to help the heart muscle pump more effectively. When the heart failure has been adequately controlled, the wheezing will end. Some people may suffer from asthma and heart failure simultaneously. These patients need treatment for both conditions.
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