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Non-invasive ,out patient therapy for Ischemic heart disease

Here i would like to introduce a non-invasive,out patient therapy for Ischemic heart disease named EECP therapy.

EECP therapy is a unique non-invasive and adjunctive therapy for treating angina patients who have been refractory to medical therapy and may not be candidates for invasive procedures due to co-morbid disease, incomplete revascularizations or inappropriate anatomical reasons. It is a Natural Bypass™ that provides you with an option to treat patients these patients who might not otherwise have a chance of achieving a better symptom free, quality of life.

In the U.S. EECP therapy is currently covered by Medicare and most private insurance companies for the treatment of Class II and IV Angina. In many cases, EECP should be considered as an alternative treatment to Angioplasty (PTCA) or Bypass surgery (CABG). There are currently over 190 publications, most in peer-reviewed medical journals, describing the outcomes and mechanisms of action for EECP therapy. Based on the clinical evidence many countries (currently around 30) have introduced EECP into practice in either hospitals, clinics or private offices

I hope EECP therapy can help you

Lisa Fan
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