Shockwave therapy improves cardiac function

Shockwave therapy with simultaneous bypass surgery can revive inactive heart muscle cells, form new blood vessels, and significantly improve the heart’s pumping performance.

This results from many years of research at the University Clinic for Cardiac Surgery at the Medical University of Innsbruck and has been hailed ‘a historic moment in medicine’ by its lead author.

The shockwave device developed in Innsbruck and dubbed a ‘space hairdryer’ due to its appearance is expected to come onto the market in early 2025.

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