PCH has introduced a new technology called the Impella Ventricular Support System to treat heart attacks.
The system is a minimally invasive device that can help stabilize a patient’s heart and improve blood flow during a heart attack.
This technology was quietly introduced to the region last year and has since been used on several patients with successful outcomes.
Patient recovery time has been significantly reduced with the use of the Impella System.
While the system is a promising new tool for treating heart attacks, it is not meant to replace traditional treatments such as angioplasty and stenting.
PCH hopes to continue expanding the use of the Impella System and improving patient outcomes.
Overall, this new technology is expected to make a significant impact on the treatment of heart attacks.