Worlds Smallest Heart Pump Impella CP

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Worlds Smallest Heart Pump Impella CP

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The Impella Support System (Worlds Smallest Heart Pump) has been developed to address the need for ventricular support in patients who develop heart failure after heart surgery (called cardiogenic shock) and who have not responded to standard medical therapy. The system is designed to provide immediate support and restore hemodynamic stability for a period of up to 7 days. Used as a bridge to therapy, it allows time for developing a definitive treatment strategy.

The Impella Recover system is a miniaturized impeller pump located within a catheter. The device can provide support for the left side of the heart using either the Recover LD 5.0 (implanted via direct placement into the left ventricle) or the Recover LP 5.0 LV (placed percutaneously through the groin and positioned in the left ventricle). The microaxial pump of the Recover LP/LD 5.0 can pump up to 4.5 liters per minute at a speed of 33,000 rpm.


Impella CP



The Impella CP® heart pump pulls blood from the left ventricle through an inlet area near the tip and expels blood from the catheter into the ascending aorta. The increased flow of the Impella CP is delivered on the same platform as the Impella 2.5®.



 The Impella CP device can be inserted via a standard catheterization procedure through the femoral artery, into the ascending aorta, across the valve and into the left ventricle.


 This expired and still sealed piece is a useful research object for physicians or engineers, and make a useful historical catalog for your research museum.

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