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EECP Vs Bypass Surgery

EECP vs Bypass Surgery

Two common treatments for heart disease are EECP (Enhanced External Counterpulsation) and bypass surgery. Both aim to improve blood flow to the heart but they differ significantly in their approach and considerations. Know which one can be better for your case.

EECP vs Bypass Surgery

Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP) is a non-invasive medical treatment option that has gained attention as an alternative or adjunctive therapy for individuals with coronary artery disease (CAD) and angina. While it’s not accurate to say that EECP is inherently “better” than bypass surgery or other treatments, it does offer distinct advantages in certain scenarios, making it a valuable option for specific patient profiles.

EECP

Bypass Surgery

One great thing about EECP is that it clears out the plaque in the coronary arteries without having to do any invasive surgery.

People need to have several bypass surgeries throughout their lives because this is not a permanent solution for angina or blockages.

EECP basically creates redundancy inside the human body by opening thousands of new collateral, or thin arteries, in the heart and other important organs. Multiple channels for additional blood flow are made possible by these new collaterals in different areas of the heart muscle. Without causing any harm, these new collaterals establish a natural “bypass” in the coronary arteries.

During bypass surgery, a manual channel is made to allow blood to flow to different areas of the heart muscles, but plaque is not removed.
Heart bypass surgery cannot bring damaged or dead heart muscles or tissues back to life.

New blood flows through these collateral tubes, which stimulates the damaged or dead heart muscle’s surrounding tissue to start growing again.

The problem usually reappears in six months to five years.
Patients with thin arteries are unable to undergo bypass surgery and are forced to live with severe blockages for the rest of their lives.

The heart’s capacity to pump blood is enhanced through an improved “Left Ventricular Ejection Factor” (LVEF).

10% to 20% of the affected coronary arteries reblock at a pace that is around ten times faster than the normal process.

Regardless of whether the patient had bypass surgery or angioplasty, this procedure is considered a miracle for those living their lives after a heart attack.

Every coronary artery blockage under 70% goes untreated because most coronary angioplasty procedures do not include the implantation of a stent in such cases.

The heart and other important organs of the body receive 25% to 50% more blood flow with EECP, which enhances the health of each organ and remarkably lowers blood pressure by controlling blood sugar levels. Patients feel well; they are satisfied and energetic in their lives.

Throughout their lifetimes, patients are required to take their prescribed medications on a daily basis, with the dosages increasing with time.

In the majority of curable and incurable conditions, including erectile dysfunction (or impotence), metabolic syndrome, chronic kidney disease (CKD), disease in the lymphatic system, and peripheral arterial diseases (blockages in the lower extremities), patients experience significant improvements.

Compared to the advantages of EECP, the ability to return to normal life post-bypass surgery is an area of constant dispute among cardiologists.

Further expanding on the positive aspects of EECP, post-treatment medication requirements are minimal, if not nonexistent.

Treatment for coronary artery disease that has advanced for a duration of 30 to 50 years requires the performing of bypass surgery.

EECP

One great thing about EECP is that it clears out the plaque in the coronary arteries without having to do any invasive surgery.

EECP basically creates redundancy inside the human body by opening thousands of new collateral, or thin arteries, in the heart and other important organs. Multiple channels for additional blood flow are made possible by these new collaterals in different areas of the heart muscle. Without causing any harm, these new collaterals establish a natural “bypass” in the coronary arteries.

New blood flows through these collateral tubes, which stimulates the damaged or dead heart muscle’s surrounding tissue to start growing again.

The heart’s capacity to pump blood is enhanced through an improved “Left Ventricular Ejection Factor” (LVEF).

Regardless of whether the patient had bypass surgery or angioplasty, this procedure is considered a miracle for those living their lives after a heart attack.

The heart and other important organs of the body receive 25% to 50% more blood flow with EECP, which enhances the health of each organ and remarkably lowers blood pressure by controlling blood sugar levels. Patients feel well; they are satisfied and energetic in their lives.

In the majority of curable and incurable conditions, including erectile dysfunction (or impotence), metabolic syndrome, chronic kidney disease (CKD), disease in the lymphatic system, and peripheral arterial diseases (blockages in the lower extremities), patients experience significant improvements.

Further expanding on the positive aspects of EECP, post-treatment medication requirements are minimal, if not nonexistent.

Bypass Surgery

People need to have several bypass surgeries throughout their lives because this is not a permanent solution for angina or blockages.

During bypass surgery, a manual channel is made to allow blood to flow to different areas of the heart muscles, but plaque is not removed.
Heart bypass surgery cannot bring damaged or dead heart muscles or tissues back to life.

The problem usually reappears in six months to five years.
Patients with thin arteries are unable to undergo bypass surgery and are forced to live with severe blockages for the rest of their lives.

10% to 20% of the affected coronary arteries reblock at a pace that is around ten times faster than the normal process.

Every coronary artery blockage under 70% goes untreated because most coronary angioplasty procedures do not include the implantation of a stent in such cases.

Throughout their lifetimes, patients are required to take their prescribed medications on a daily basis, with the dosages increasing with time.

Compared to the advantages of EECP, the ability to return to normal life post-bypass surgery is an area of constant dispute among cardiologists.

Treatment for coronary artery disease that has advanced for a duration of 30 to 50 years requires the performing of bypass surgery.

How is EECP better than other forms of treatment, like bypass surgery?

We recommend that you consult with a medical doctor to gain complete information and develop perspective before moving ahead with any treatment procedure. Make sure to ask your doctors about treatment efficacy, possible side effects, and other information.
Ultimately, the choice between EECP and bypass surgery should be made in consultation with a healthcare provider. The suitability of each treatment depends on the patient’s unique circumstances and goals for treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, EECP along with SAAOL’s treatment ecosystem can enable the patients to prevent and reverse their heart blockage

Yes, with the help of EECP, your blood vessels are stimulated to open up existing channels, increasing the amount of blood that can go to your heart. These pathways gradually transform into "natural bypass" vessels that help to lessen angina symptoms if your coronary arteries are constrained or clogged.
One of EECP's main benefits, aside from others like improving your endurance and stamina, extending the amount of activity you can do, and enhancing deep sleep, is the possibility of clearing plaque from coronary arteries without the need for invasive surgery. Instead of removing the plaque during bypass surgery, a conduit is manually created to allow blood to flow to various parts of the heart muscles.

 EECP does help your blood vessels open up new pathways, which lets more blood flow to your heart. Over time, these pathways change into "natural bypass" vessels that help ease the signs of angina if your coronary arteries are swollen or blocked.

One of the best things about EECP is that it might be able to clear plaque from your coronary arteries without the need for invasive surgery. Other benefits include increasing your energy and stamina, letting you do more activities, and helping you sleep better. During bypass surgery, the plaque is not removed. Instead, a path is made by hand so that blood can flow to different parts of the heart muscles.

Patients Speaks

SAAOL has transformed thousands of lives by ensuring that patients go back home with a stronger and healthier heartbeat and enjoy the happy rhythm of life. Here’s what they have to say about their SAAOL experience.
Manju Pannwali

My blockage was 80-90% and heart pumping was about 24 and my main complaints were discomfort, unable to walk, major breathing issues. That is when I came across SAAOL and Dr. Bimal Chhajer. I watched his lectures and learned that Heart blockages can be reversed without surgery and with a few lifestyle changes. I started my treatment at SAAOL and within a month’s time I feel much healthier and are able to perform all day-to-day activities with ease. I am able to walk for an hour daily, I don’t feel fatigue or any kind of discomfort now. I am very grateful to Dr. Chhajer for his guidance and for providing heart patients with an alternate that is cost effective also.

Mrs. Chameli Khaka

I had a minor heart attack in 1989 and doctors told me that getting bypass surgery is my only option but I refused. I met Dr. Bimal Chhajer at a medical residential camp in Faridabad and at that time I was unable to do day-to-day work due to excessive pain in my body and I was taking atleast 6-7 Sorbitrate tablets per day. I immediately started the EECP treatment and Detox Therapy along with diet and lifestyle changes including yoga, and meditation, and followed a zero oil diet plan for 40 days. For 2 years I kept on following these lifestyle changes and now after 25 years I am completely fine and I am also able to do normal day-to-day activities very easily. All this was made possible SAAOL without any kind of bypass surgery or angioplasty.

Wife of Mr. Yash Pal

Year ago my husband was suffering from angina and discomfort in walking and doing sedentary activities. We heard about SAAOL through YouTube. We consulted Dr.Chhajer and were told that my husband’s Heart health could get better without surgery and with a few lifestyle changes. Post completion of the treatment his test reports only showed 50% blockage. He takes his regular medication and follows the SAAOL recommended Lifestyle like Zero Oil Cooking, Yoga, etc. His health is constantly improving. We are very grateful to SAAOL and Dr.Chhajer for his noble service for the society.

Ashok Gupta

About 6-7 months ago I suffered from minor angina due to which doctors told me to go for a stent. After 3 months, I had a Heart stroke which got me really worried about my health. A friend recommended Dr.Bimal’s YouTube channel and I got to know about Natural Bypass. . It is a process that treats Heart blockage without any surgery and I started my treatment immediately. I took 35 EECP sessions along with medication and followed the SAAOL Lifestyle. I am so relieved now as my condition has improved tremendously and I am at ease now. I would like to thank Dr.Chhajer for his advise and for healing lakhs of Heart patients the Natural way. I will definitely spread knowledge about this treatment to my near and dear ones.

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