Newer treatments have been developed for heart failure patients who have symptoms not controlled by medications and lifestyle changes alone. These options may include:
Our Advanced Heart Failure/Cardiomyopathy Program offers patients access to many clinical trials and new therapies, including:
"The future of treating patients with heart failure is extremely bright. There are a number of things on the horizon that will add to our repertoire of helping patients recover from advanced stages of heart failure. These include understanding the genetic causes of heart failure, looking at myocardial regeneration using cell therapy, and advancements in left ventricular assist devices. As LVADs get smaller and fully internalized, we'll begin to recover patients in the earlier stages of the disease and, in fact, help eradicate the syndrome of heart failure."
-Mandeep Mehra, MD, medical director of the Brigham and Women's Hospital Heart & Vascular Center
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