Revolutionary: Scientists Discovered A Way For The Heart To Heal Itself After A Heart Attack!
There is some wonderful news for all of the people who suffer cardiovascular diseases.
Finally there is a therapy which will help to our most important organ to heal, even if you experienced stroke.
Many people around the world live with significantly weakened hearth function and hearth slowing down, cases for which there wasn’t any cure. But now a team of experts from Oxford and UCL started a revolution in the cardiology which will change everything.
They came with a treatment which will encourage the heart, after stroke, to heal very easy. Although this sounds as science fiction, with the right encouragement the heart muscle may regenerate by itself in a natural way.
Academic experts now work on speeding up this process with the help of one protein and expect that their discovery will lead to new generation of medicine for cardiovascular diseases.
Only to clear things up, cardiac retention may occur after stroke of the myocardium when the heart becomes weaker and can’t pump blood through the organism. Unfortunately, ¼ of the patients which were diagnosed with impaired cardiac function die in the next 5 years of their lives and only a small amount of medical treatment or operations may slow down or stop this degenerative process.
In their laboratory experiments, scientists have discovered that after stroke the heart starts to heal on a natural way and start making new lymphatic vessels which are key for transport of dead cells and bacteria and with that starts the reparation of the heart. However, naturally this process is very slow and most often it doesn’t reach full recovery until it is late for the whole organism.
But it is possible to speed up this process with a little help of a protein named VEG FC. Scientists hope that based on current discoveries they will be able to develop protein therapy which would stimulate the heart to recover full in the shortest possible period.
We have proven that patients who have experienced stroke with the right stimulation can reach great results. Thanks to this protein the lymphatic system activates and stimulates the heart muscle to heal.
In the same time in order to put the stoke damage on minimum level and to improve the function of blood pumping – said Paul Rajli, Oxford professor.
His colleague from UCL, Linda Kloc, considers that the discoveries about the important role of the lymphatic system are huge and exciting step which will provide the medicine to find a mechanism to heal even other organs after suffering trauma.