Enhanced External Counterpulsation (EECP)


EECP is a nonsurgical, mechanical procedure that can reduce the symptoms of angina pectoris, presumably by increasing coronary blood flow in ischemic areas of the heart. The beneficial effects of EECP in patients with coronary artery disease appear to be sustained between treatments and may persist long after completion of a course of therapy.

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