Whether it’s a stroke or a heart attack, narrowed arteries and blocked blood vessels can play a role.
Now experts at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine have discovered a brand new method that has long been ignored. This allows the closed arteries of the heart to be opened without any operation.
Discovered in 1993, scientists here used the Chapron Medium Autophagy (CMA) method to dilate the arteries of mice that, like humans, were blocked by fat and other components, such as plaque. The study found that as soon as the CMA was continued, the narrowing of the arteries receded and when this process was stopped, the space between the arteries began to fill up again.
Discovery of a new coronary artery therapy
This method was discovered by Dr. Sirov 30 years ago but it was not tested and now under his own supervision it has yielded amazing results. According to Dr. Sirovo, if successful, this could be the best and most revolutionary way to prevent the arteries of the heart from closing.
coronary artery therapy
Although CMA is still being researched, the idea is that in this technology some molecules and molecules go to the cellular surface to dissolve grease and plaque.
It should be noted that coronary heart disease is called cardiovascular disease (CVD). This is the cause of 80% of heart diseases and is also responsible for deaths. In Pakistan itself, thousands of people die of CVD every year.
Many drugs tested on rats have been shown to be equally effective in humans. However, it remains to be seen when CMA therapy will be approved for us humans after going through all the stages.