Advanced External Counter Pulsation: A Solution for Healthy Heart

  • Mohammed Ismail
  • S. Sookthi
Conference paper


This paper demonstrate how a dream seen can seem impossible, then improbable, and eventually inevitable. Beginning of a new enterprise by improving their competitiveness through acquisition, development and management of technology. They have a clear mission of contributing to the growth of nation, development of society and to help a common man. This paper talks about the technology intelligence to address the issue which have emerged as the number one killer in both urban and rural areas of India causing economic loss to the country. Cardio vascular disease is a chronic, system wide illness in which poorly functioning blood vessels weaken circulation, precisely in and around the heart causing blockage of artery, angina and heart attack. Advanced External counter pulsation helps in Increasing coronary perfusion, Increasing diastolic perfusion pressure, decreasing ventricular load, increasing venous return, increasing coronary collateral flow to ischemic regions of myocardium, eliminating toxins such as carbon dioxide and lactate, supplying more nutrients such as oxygen and glucose.


Coronary Heart Disease Heart Attack Retinal Artery Occlusion Technology Intelligence Healthy Heart 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Asrah Technologies India ltdBangaloreIndia

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