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Dr. YATIN WAGH

(MBBS, MS, MCH, Cardiovascular and Thoracic surgeon)

Mumbai, Maharashtra (424002)

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Dr. Subroto mandal

(MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DM – Cardiology, Interventional Cardiologist, 29 Years Experience Overall 14 years as specialist)

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh (462026)

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Dr. Anuj Shrivastava

(MBBS, Diplomate in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology)

Mumbai, Maharashtra (400012)

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Dr. Rahul gupta

(DM Cardiology, MD MEDICINE, FESC, FSCAI)

Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra (400703)

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Dr. Sameer Dani

(MBBS, MD, MEDICINE & DM CARDIOLOGIST)

Ahmedabad, Gujarat (380054)

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Dr. Deepak Chaturvedi

(MBBS, MD MEDICINE)

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh (462016)

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Dr. S.k Das

( MBBS, Master of Hospital Administration,General Physician, Special Interest in Diabetology,17 Years Experience Overall)

New Delhi, Delhi (110059)

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Dr. Bhageerath

MBBS, MD, DM (Cardiologist)

Hanamkonda, Telangana (506001)

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Dr. R.K Mohanta

MBBS, MD (MEDICINE), DM (CARDIOLOGY)

Cuttack, Odisha (753014)

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Dr. Amarpal Singh Gulati

(MBBS, MD - General Medicine, DNB - General Medicine, DM - Cardiology Interventional Cardiologist,17 Years Experience Overall (13 years as specialist)

Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248001

A New Vessel for Heart Health

Flow Therapy (also known as EECP®) is widely considered the most effective non-invasive treatment for heart conditions such as angina, and symptoms associated with heart disease such as chest pain, shortness of breath, and fatigue.

Using advanced counter pulsation technology synced up to one’s heartbeat, EECP Flow Therapy treatments increase the flow of oxygenated blood to the heart by increasing the volume and velocity of blood through the body.

In essence, it mimics physical exercise without straining the heart. This results in the creation of new collateral blood vessels that improve circulation, reduce the severity of symptoms, and enable patients to regain their quality of life–all without surgery.

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Is EECP Flow Therapy Right for You?

Are you experiencing symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath, or fatigue? Have you been diagnosed with angina, coronary heart disease, heart failure, or heart attack?

Take a 1-minute self-evaluation to see if EECP Flow Therapy is right for you. Together, we’ll set you on a path back to health and happiness. 

EECP BENEFITS

What Are the Benefits of EECP Treatment

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Introduction to EECP Theraphy

EECP (Enhanced External Counterpulsation) therapy is a non-invasive treatment for angina and heart failure. It involves compressing and releasing cuffs on the legs to increase blood flow to the heart.

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IU School of Medicine researchers shed new light on damaging effects of standard heart attack treatment

INDIANAPOLIS—A study led by Indiana University School of Medicine is challenging standard treatment methods used to prevent muscle damage during heart attack.

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Enhanced external counterpulsation: A unique treatment for the “No‐Option” refractory angina patient

The present study suggests that EECP is a safe and likely best available method of treatment for patients presenting with symptomatic CAD not amenable to further revascularization.

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Enhanced External Counterpulsation Offers Potential Treatment Option for Long COVID Patients

Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) therapy shows promise as a treatment for Long COVID, improving blood flow and potentially alleviating symptoms in affected patients.

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The enduring mystery of heart disease The Clot Thickens

The Clot Thickens explores the persistent enigma of heart disease, delving into its complex causes, prevention strategies, and the evolving scientific understanding behind this leading health threat.

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2013 ESCguidelines on the management of stable coronary artery disease—addenda

The 2013 ESC guidelines on stable coronary artery disease provide additional information and recommendations for its management, aiding in patient care and treatment decisions.

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EECP Therapy Bibliography

EECP therapy, or Enhanced External Counterpulsation therapy, involves applying external pressure to increase blood flow to the heart, improving cardiac function and relieving symptoms of angina and heart failure.

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International study of comparative Health Effective with medical and invasive apporaches - ISCHEMIA

ISCHEMIA study compares invasive and medical approaches for managing stable coronary artery disease, shedding light on optimal treatment strategies.

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New Sequential External Counterpulsation for the Treatment of Acute Myocardial Infarction

Sequential External Counterpulsation (SECP) emerges as a promising therapy for Acute Myocardial Infarction, potentially revolutionizing treatment with its non-invasive approach and favorable outcomes.

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Efficacy of Enhanced External Counterpulsation in the Treatment of Angina Pectoris

Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) shows promise in alleviating angina symptoms by enhancing blood flow to the heart through external compression.

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Role of enhanced external counterpulsation Vin angina treatment

Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) is a non-invasive therapy for angina, improving blood flow to the heart by inflating and deflating cuffs on the legs synchronously with the heartbeat.

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Three-Year Sustained Benefit from Enhanced External Counterpulsation in Chronic Angina Pectoris

A study demonstrates long-term relief from chronic angina with Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP), indicating its effectiveness over three years.

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ENHANCED EXTERNAL COUNTERPULSATION IN THE TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION OF CORONARY PATIENTS IN INDONESIA

Utilizing Enhanced External Counterpulsation for Coronary Patients: Treatment and Rehabilitation in Indonesia.

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Can Angiographic Findings Predict Which Coronary Patients Will Benefit from Enhanced External Counterpulsation?

Angiographic findings may not reliably predict which coronary patients will benefit from enhanced external counterpulsation therapy.

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EECP FLOW THERAPY

The Non-invasive Treatment for Angina, Coronary Artery Disease & Heart Failure

40,000+

Every year, Flow Therapy performs 40,000+ EECP treatments.

Trusted

Trusted by providers at leading institutions like Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, and Johns Hopkins.

Lasting

EECP Flow Therapy has clinically proven benefits that last for years after treatment.

400 +

There are more than 400 peer-reviewed research publications on EECP.

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1,000+

Flow Therapy's proven approach to EECP is trusted by more than 1,000 physicians.

88%

88% of patients see significant improvement without surgery.

Covered

EECP Flow Therapy is FDA approved, and covered by Medicare and all commercial insurances.

91%

Flow Therapy's approach to EECP has earned a customer satisfaction score of 91 out of 100.


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Welcome to GuruEECP, where cutting-edge technology meets compassionate care in the treatment and prevention of heart-related ailments. Specializing in Enhanced External Counter Pulsation (EECP) therapy, we are dedicated to offering non-invasive solutions for cardiac issues, including heart failure, heart attacks, and coronary artery disease.

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