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Published On:23 July 2013
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ESMR -- A new ray of hope for heart patients

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By Ziaulla Nomani

The acronym ESMR stands for Extracorporeal Shockwave Myocardial Revascularisation.

ESMR can also be termed as Non Invasive Cardiac Angiogenesis Therapy (Ni-CATh).

ESMR therapy is a new approach to non-invasive therapy using Extracorporeal Shockwave technology for Myocardial Revascularisation (i.e. to improve the blood supply to heart muscles). Ischemic myocardial areas no longer accessible by conventional revascularization therapies like Bypass surgery or Ballon Angioplasty and stent, could be treated with the ESMR therapy to relieve symtoms resulted from the mycopcardial ischemia.

In Mumbai, advanced Non-Surgical, painless Treatment for Heart blockages was first performed by Dr.Zainulabedin Hamdulay, M.S., M.Ch. D.N.B., Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon and founder of Good Health concept, an Advanced Cardiac Care Centre, Mumbai.

This theory was developed by Essen Institute of Cardiology, Essen University, Germany.

Currently it is being used in over 40 centres across worldwide.

ESMR Treatment forms new natural blood vessels which improves the oxygenated blood supply to the affected portion of the heart non-surgically or non-pharmaceutically. For the reason it is called non-in or non-surgical Bypass treatment or Non Invasive Cardiac Angiogenesis Therapy.

The whole treatment duration is 20-30 minutes and the patient should undergo series of nine treatment sessions during a nine week period.

Unlike bypass surgery, Angioplasty and stenting procedures, ESMR is non-invasive, carriers no risk, painless, no anesthesia or sedatives required no retreatment limitations and is an outpatients procedure.

“ESMR therapy was a boon to me”

Siddharih Trivedi, Mumbai maintained that All the arteries of my heart were badly blocked. The doctors had refused me surgery or angioplasty as I was a diabetic with diffused blockages. ESMR was a boon to me and now I can do my routine activities with ease.

“ESMR treatment gave me second life”

Mustafa Kokhawala, said “After having a heart attack, my heart function was really bad, I could not walk for even 5 minutes. Now after ESMR therapy, I can walk for 30 minutes with no pain. This treatment has given me a second life.” Dr. Hamdulay and the entire team of Good Health concept is well equipped with this therapy.

“It’s like a MIRACLE to us”

Zohra Moosa Shaikh shared that Special thanks to Dr. Zainulabedin Hamdulay, entire team of Good Health Concept. By this treatment my mother is changed completely. Before, there was breathing problem, chest pain, sleepless nights, walking problem, tiredness, selective diet, etc. But now after this treatment she looks absolutely normal, can walk without support, can sleep easily, no breathing problem, no pain and day-by-day improvement. It’s like a MIRACLE to us.

Dr. Hamdulay’s Note:

This theory is effective in reducing chest pain.

It improves the ability to perform the physical activities.

It is relatively comfortable and carries no risk.

The basic of this treatment is shockwaves, which is given to the border of the ischemic area.

(Dr.Hamdulay is a leading Cardiothoracic Surgeon and is a consultant to Lilavati hospital, Wockhardt Hospital, Breach Candy Hospital, Prince Ally Khan Hospital and founder of Dr. Hamdulay Cardiac Rehab Centre and Good Health Concept for Advance cardiac care)

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