Each story is different, but all share a common message: heart recovery is possible. Learn more about the people who returned home with their native hearts.
Postman Returns to Work After Surviving Cardiac Arrest
Today, Yoshitsugi continues to deliver mail on a route that includes the University Hospital Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine where he often stops to thank the medical staff who saved his life.
Young Japanese Mom Enjoying Life After Surviving Heart Failure
Today, Mikako is enjoying being a mom, working at a local bank, and looking forward to attending a soccer match with her family.
Retired Mathematical Statistician Recovers After Heart Attack
Today, John is back to his exercise routine and enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and granddaughter.
Manh Nguyen Resumes His Passion for Table Tennis Following a Protected PCI Procedure
Manh returned home from the hospital and his ejection fraction improved to 40% within a few months of his procedure.
Handyman Returns to His Passion After Surviving a Heart Attack
Today, Juan is enjoying life with his wife, Sandra, and three grandchildren. He looks forward to resuming his exercise routine and spending more time with his family.
Protected PCI with Impella® Heart Pump Offers Father of Three a New Lease on Life
Today, Kris’s ejection fraction has returned to normal (55%). He is thankful to be back at work and enjoying a healthier lifestyle with his wife and three children.
Navy Veteran Enjoying the Outdoors Following Protected PCI with Impella Procedure
Today, Walter enjoys repairing small engines, working on his lawn and enjoying time with his wife, Rita.
CEO Returns to Work After Suffering Postpartum SCAD Heart Attack
Today, Andrea Iglesias has normal heart function with an ejection fraction of 60%.
Andrzej Wolinski is Back to Cooking After a Protected PCI Procedure
Following a brief recovery period, Andrzej's quality of life has improved.
Father's Heart Fully Recovers from COVID-19
Upon arrival, physicians identified that Bobby Goines had myocarditis due to COVID-19 and was in cardiogenic shock with a severely reduced ejection fraction (below 10%).