What’s the difference between a stroke and a heart attack? It can be hard to tell the difference, especially if you don’t know what to...Read More about What’s The Difference Between a Stroke and a Heart Attack?
EECP® Research & Information for Patients, Providers & Payors
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a serious condition that affects the heart. It can lead to a heart attack and in some cases, death. That being said, what...Read More about What Is the Survival Rate of Coronary Artery Disease?
Both stable and unstable angina consist of chest pain that occurs because of a lack of blood flow to the heart. However, some key differences exist between...Read More about What Is the Difference Between Stable and Unstable Angina?
A comparison of Ranexa and EECP as treatment approaches to chronic stable angina.Read More about Understanding Ranolazine and EECP® Side Effects and Safety
Research: Learn about two-year clinical outcomes after EECP therapy.Read More about Two Years Later: EECP for Patients w/ RAP and Left Ventricular Dysfunction
EECP may play a role in managing 'long COVID' and post COVID-19 symptoms shown in an analysis of over 1500 cardiac patients from Flow Therapy’s specialized...Read More about Treating COVID-19 Long Haulers with EECP
Your heart works hard for you. So why not show it a little extra love? With a couple of good habits (and a few less bad ones), you can do a whole lot of...Read More about The top 3 things you can do right now to show your heart some love
While stress may be a normal part of life, it doesn't have to control your days. This guide provides tips to help you control your stress as well as how...Read More about The Next Big Thing in Heart Health: Stress Management
Research: Explore how EECP is a non-invasive technique that reduces angina and improves exercise capacity.Read More about The Impact of EECP on Peripheral Circulation
Clinical Trial: Learn about the impact of EECP in refractory angina patients with left ventricular dysfunction.Read More about The Impact of EECP on ED Visits and Hospitalization
Learn how EECP can improve exercise tolerance in stable angina pectoris.Read More about The Effect of EECP on Exercise-induced Myocardial Ischemia & Anginal Episodes
Examine the impact of EECP on CCS angina class in patients with chronic stable angina.Read More about The Benefits of EECP on Patients With Chronic Stable Angina
After picking up COVID-19, certain individuals struggle to overcome the disease completely and experience Long COVID symptoms for weeks (or even months)...Read More about The 5 Most Common Long COVID Symptoms
If you’re experiencing chest pain and wondering should I go to urgent care for angina, you’re not alone. It’s important to know when to go...Read More about Should I Go to Urgent Care for Angina?
Research: Learn about the degree of residual angina on the outcomes of EECP therapy for chronic stable angina.Read More about Residual High-grade Angina After EECP Therapy
Research: Learn about EECP in patients with IHD-associated ED.Read More about Part II: EECP Effects On Coronary Artery Disease-related Erectile Dysfunction
EECP in patients with coronary artery disease-associated ED.Read More about Part I: Risk Factors of EECP in Patients w/ IHD-associated Erectile Dysfunction
As the end of the COVID-19 pandemic inches closer, many professionals are assessing the long-term damage done by the virus. Economists, healthcare professionals,...Read More about Online Self-Assessment For Long COVID
Find out how patients receiving EECP therapy for refractory angina pectoris are doing one year post treatment.Read More about One Year Later: RAP Patients Treated with EECP
Thinking about quitting? This guide will equip you with the essential tools you need to create a Personal Quit Plan.Read More about Make a Personal Plan to Quit Smoking
Everyone recovers from COVID-19 differently. Unfortunately, certain individuals experience Long COVID and require individualized treatment options for...Read More about Long COVID Treatment For Shortness Of Breath
If you have been diagnosed with non obstructive CAD, you may wonder, “Is non obstructive coronary artery disease dangerous?”, and the answer is yes....Read More about Is Non Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease Dangerous?
A high proportion of patients gain symptomatic benefit from EECP.Read More about Immediate & Long-term EECP Outcomes on Chronic Stable Refractory Angina
Do you know how to survive a heart attack if you’re alone? This could mean the difference between life or death. If you’re alone when you have...Read More about How To Survive a Heart Attack If You’re Alone
If you’re wondering, “How long does fatigue last after COVID?” – you’re not alone. Fatigue is the most common COVID-19 symptom, and many...Read More about How long does fatigue last after COVID?
Coronary artery disease (CAD), also called coronary heart disease (CHD), is a condition in which the arteries that supply blood to and from the heart develop...Read More about How fast does coronary artery disease progress and can it be slowed down?
Research: Read up on the role of FDA-approved EECP Therapy in clinical practice.Read More about How EECP Therapy Helps Cardiology Clinical Practices
Exercise tolerance, quality of life, and NYHA functional classification.Read More about How EECP Improves Exercise Tolerance in Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Are you suffering from a long-term headache? If so, you’re not alone. A new study has found that as many as one in three people may experience a...Read More about Here’s What You Can Do About That COVID Long Haul Headache
Frequency, efficacy, predictors, and long-term success of repeat EECP.Read More about Frequency & Efficacy of Repeat EECP for Stable Angina Pectoris
The key to exercising with heart conditions is knowing how to do it safely and effectively.Read More about Exercising with a Heart Condition: Expectations vs. Reality
Learn about balloon counterpulsation as a therapy for cardiogenic shock.Read More about Evidence for EECP Therapy as Heart Failure Management Tool
Learn how EECP treats patients with mild to severe angina.Read More about EECP: Two-Year Outcomes in Patients with Mild Refractory Angina
EECP, a non-invasive device signiﬁcantly improves chest pain-related outcomes findings to be presented at American College of Cardiology 70th Annual...Read More about EECP, a non-invasive device signiﬁcantly improves chest pain-related outcomes
Research: Learn about the effects of EECP on arterial stiffness and myocardial oxygen demand.Read More about EECP Therapy For Patients With Chronic Angina
Research: Clinical effects of enhanced external counterpulsation treatment in patients with ischemic heart failure.Read More about EECP In Patients With Ischemic Heart Failure
Patients with AS who undergo EECP show symptomatic improvements.Read More about EECP as a Treatment for Angina in Patients with Aortic Stenosis
Can asphyxiation cause a heart attack? If you’ve been watching the news lately, you may have heard the phrases “asphyxiation” and “heart...Read More about Can Asphyxiation Cause a Heart Attack?
Over the past decade, the frequency of EECP therapy has increased in patients with angina.Read More about A Practical Approach to Selecting EECP Patients
Heart failure is a condition that affects millions of people worldwide. While there is no cure for heart failure, there are many advancements in treatment...Read More about 7 of the Latest Advances in Heart Failure Treatment
Clinical Cardiology examines the long-term effects of EECP therapy.Read More about 5 Years Later: Long-term Prognosis of Angina Treated with EECP
After overcoming a COVID-19 infection, many people may still feel side effects for months. In fact, these lingering symptoms could persist up to six months...Read More about 4 Ways Long COVID Can Hurt Your Heart