Doctors bring dying heart cells back to life with heart pumps
This article was originally published in Clinica
Doctors in the US have for the first time demonstrated that left ventricular assist devices could help a failing heart to recover by encouraging damaged cells in the organ to recover. The findings give backing to early evidence that these devices could prevent the need for heart transplantation or a permanently-implanted device.
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