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Biologic Cardiac Assist: Performance Characteristics

  • J. S. Andersen
  • C. R. Bridges
  • W. A. Anderson
  • M. A. Acker
  • R. L. Hammond
  • F. DiMeoJr.
  • A. Chin
  • L. W. Stephenson

Abstract

Currently, the patient with end-stage heart failure has few therapeutic options. These include cardiac transplantation, mechanical assist devices, and medical therapy only. Despite recent advances in all types of treatment, ideal therapy for the patient with a failing heart has yet to be offered. Such an option should provide independence from external mechanical attachments, allow for an immunocompetent host, and minimize effects associated with blood-surface interaction. Cardiac assist devices powered by skeletal muscle might meet these requirements.

Keywords

Skeletal Muscle Latissimus Dorsi Stroke Work Latissimus Dorsi Muscle Burst Frequency 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. S. Andersen
  • C. R. Bridges
  • W. A. Anderson
  • M. A. Acker
  • R. L. Hammond
  • F. DiMeoJr.
  • A. Chin
  • L. W. Stephenson

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