Business Bureau :
The hospital has three latest advanced Enhanced External Counter Pulsation (EECP) TS3 machines
SHREE Swami Samarth Hospital is one of the leading centres in Vidarbha region which treats 70 to 100 per cent heart blockages non-surgically. The hospital has three latest advanced Enhanced External Counter Pulsation (EECP) TS3 machines which are a great boon to treat all heart patients. EECP is a simple process in which the patient undergoes 35 sessions of one hour daily. In this process cuffs are tied to the calf, thighs and buttocks of the patient.
They inflate and deflate sequentially to usher venous return blood into coronary arteries when the heart is in resting position there by building bridge across blockages and increasing blood flow, says a press release issued here by Shree Swami Samarth Hospital. “It creates agniogenesis. It also creates natural bypass by creating small and big arteries and makes proper blood circulation,” added the press release.
Another treatment for heart blockages ACT in which 20 per cent to 30 per cent infusions twice weekly are given is also available in the hospital. Many critical patients having 80 per cent to 100 per cent blockages have been successfully treated non-surgically with 90 per cent success ratio in avoiding angioplasty, bypass. For details contact Dr Pradip Patil, at 57-B, Ring Road, opposite State Bank of India, Trimurti Nagar (Phone numbers: 7083493268, 8390381479).