New Procedure a Minimally-Invasive Alternative for Heart Failure Patients - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

It's a novel, non-invasive approach to heart surgery. Called ventricular enhancement, the procedure is designed to isolate, without removing, the damaged tissue left behind after heart failure. Scar tissue weakens the heart, causing long term and often fatal problems for patients, but by tying it off, surgeons say they can minimise its influence, leaving a smaller, but much more effective ventricle to do the work.



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