- Cardiomyopathy


About disease

Before discovery of stem cells the only possible method of cardiomyopathy treatment was heart transplantation. However today, our clinic offers you the leading treatment methods with the help of stem cell therapy which gives the sick patients with this disease the real possibility to gain lost health back.

Stem cell cardiomyopathy treatment is based on their unique ability to recover cardiac muscle. Stem cells are infused intravenously and with blood flow get to the damaged heart areas triggering their restoration process. This happens due to fusion of stem cells with cardiac hystiocytes. Besides infused stem cells form new cardiac hystiocytes that causes cardiac muscle to considerably increase its effective functioning. New vessels formation improves oxygenation and nutrition of cardiac muscle.

Stem cell treatment also recovers liver, lungs and kidneys functioning. You’ll see how your body weight normalizes, edemas and pain disappear, sleep improves, nervousness and irritability vanish, and pressure comes to normal. Cardiomyopathy treatment with stem cells is natural process of heart tissues recovering. That’s why if you or your family suffers with this complicated disease our clinic is waiting for you. Before an appointment you can ask any interesting question you have just by filling out a special form. Give you heart a new life!

Cardiomyopathy is a group of diseases that are characterized by heart function disturbance. Cardiac muscle undergoes dystrophic changes that lead to contractile muscle function disturbance: it becomes incapable to fulfill its main function – “pump” function for the body’s blood supply and this leads to cardiac decompensation development. 

There are following forms of the disease:

  • dilatation cardiomyopathy (or congestive) that is characterized by abrupt dilatation of cardiac cavities at rather thin walls and sharp drop of contractile heart function;
  • hypertrophic cardiomyopathy accompanied by heart walls thickness extension, left heart ventricle mass increase and disturbance of cardiac muscle relaxation;
  • restrictive cardiomyopathy that is characterized by reduced filling and reduced diastolic volume of one or both ventricles;
  • arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy that is characterized by disturbance of left ventricle against a background of prolonged heart rhythm disturbance. 

The most widespread cardiomyopathy symptoms are heart rhythm disturbance, cardiac decompensation, faints and heart pains. Cardiomyopathy reasons are not completely studied yet although specialists consider that they can be virus diseases like flu or herpes. 

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