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Advancing the Way Heart Failure is Treated

More than 250,000 patients have been supported with Impella® heart pumps

Heart Recovery is Possible With Impella

In a randomized controlled trial, 8-in-10 patients treated with Impella heart pumps experienced reduction in heart failure symptoms or improvement in heart function.2,8 Their native heart function recovered, and heart failure symptoms diminished, such as fatigue, shortness of breath, swelling, and coughing,1,2 in just 90 days after a Protected PCI procedure as compared to other forms of treatment.2 

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Reduction in Death, Heart Attack and Stroke

in 90-day post-hospitalization as compared to other support methods1

Fewer Repeat Visits

to the hospital for heart-related issues other than traditional therapy3

Fewer Days in the Hospital

after procedure compared to traditional therapy3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Impella is the only U.S. FDA-approved percutaneous heart pump technology indicated for patients with severe coronary artery disease requiring high-risk PCI

Patients Share Their Stories of Heart Recovery

 

Manh Nguyen Resumes His Passion for Table Tennis Following a Protected PCI Procedure

Manh returned home from the hospital and his ejection fraction improved to 40% within a few months of his procedure.

 

Navy Veteran Enjoying the Outdoors Following Protected PCI with Impella

Today, Walter enjoys repairing small engines, working on his lawn and enjoying time with his wife, Rita.

 

Protected PCI Care for Patient Caregiver

Following her Protected PCI Procedure, Mattie Warren felt an immediate improvement in her health.

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References

  1. Dangas, G.D., et al. (2014). Am J Cardiol, 113(2), 222-228. 
  2. O’Neill, W.W., et al. (2012). Circulation, 126(14), 1717-1727.
  3. Gregory, D., et al. (2013). Am Health Drug Benefits, 6(2), 88-99.
  4. Maini, B., et al. (2014). Catheter Cardiovasc Interv, 83(6), E183-E192. 
  5. Gregory, D., et al. (2013). J Manag Care Med, 16(1), 61-69.  
  6. O’Neill, W.W., et al. (2014). J Interv Cardiol, 27(1), 1-11.
  7. Roos, J.B., et al. (2013). J Med Econ, 16(3), 3381-390.
  8. PROTECT II Data on File

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