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Heal Your Heart is largest EECP treatment provider in Chennai, India. Our EECP heart treatment centers are providing cost effective non invasive heart surgery, EECP therapy & Non-Invasive Cardiology.

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how is eecp an innovative work around

How is EECP an Innovative Work Around?

The heart is one of the most important organs of the human body. Apart from pumping blood, it

ensures effective circulation and makes sure that oxygenated blood reaches all the cells. Even if

the blood circulation stops for a few minutes or in some cases even seconds, the consequences

can be life threatening.

However, as individuals age, the heart functions drop. As with pipelines, the arteries and the

veins carrying the blood start to clog with fat deposits. This in turn causes problems as blood

flow to and from the heart is then restricted. When blood flow is restricted, then it can have

painful and sometimes catastrophic consequences.

Some of the methods to remove the heart block is via surgery. However, the disadvantages of a

heart surgery are

1)The recovery time associated with the surgery

2)Preparation involved

3)Expenses

4)Subsequent risk including blood clot, pneumonia etc

But how can these be avoided, while the same advantages of a heart surgery enjoyed? What

about cases where heart surgery cannot be employed either due to previous medical condition

or age?

This is where EECP comes in. It is an innovative and alternative therapy for heart block that

works on the principle of enhanced external counter pulsation. It is thus a completely non-

invasive method and a heart block treatment without surgery.

EECP therapy involves strapping of cuffs and the electronic inflation and deflation synchronised

with the heartbeat. EECP encourages the blood vessels to open small channels and when these

alternate pathways are created, it ensures that blood flow is unrestricted. Since this happens

naturally, there is no risk of any infection or adverse side effects, which are usually a fear with

surgeries.

The EECP treatment must be carried out over a period of 35 hours. This is usually planned at

about 1 or 2 hours per day, for a period of 5 days a week for 7 weeks. As this is a non-invasive

out-patient treatment, there is no restriction for the patients. Further, improvement is noticed

almost after a week of the treatment and this gives confidence to the patients and their care

givers as well. Heal Your Heart (a Vaso-Meditech EECP centre) (www.healurheart.com) is a

leading player in this area offering excellent EECP treatment with qualified specialists.

It is no doubt that EECP is beneficial and it is a treatment that is not only scientific and

innovative, but also non-invasive and hence, it must be encouraged as an effective work around

to heart surgery.

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Source: https://www.healurheart.com/

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