Disease States

Heart recovery therapies

Hemodynamic Stability

Hemodynamics refers to the forces  the heart has to develop to maintain blood flow through the cavities of the heart and all the blood vessels Stable blood flow provides a steady supply of oxygen to all tissues and organs in the body. If a patient has stable hemodynamics, it means that the force at which the heart pumps blood is stable.16

Maintaining stable blood flow in the heart and vessels is important in supporting normal organ functions including the heart’s.

Impella products used as a hemodynamic stability therapy: 

Impella 2.5® Heart Pump >

Impella CP® Heart Pump >

Impella 5.0® Heart Pump >

Impella RP® Heart Pump >