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A hose connecting the pump to an external controller and power supply, outside the body. Researchers examined the patient for the rest their lives They found that those with end-stage who were treated who were treated with medication only had a remarkably poor prognosis. the average survival time was three months in the drug treatment arm of the study, said Rogers. Patients with LVAD had a significant improvement in survival. The LVAD reduced risk of death by 50 % after six and 12 months and extended the average life span from 3.1 months to more than 10 months. The pump works well, Rogers said. – At the time the abstract was written, we have had almost 30 cumulative years of support , and there were two patients on the unit for more than three years, he said.P. Receives CE Mark approval Valecor Platinum stent systemCorNova Inc. Today announced that is test mark for Mark for their Valecor Platinum Coronary Stent system of.
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