If this study works, this procedure could in the future patients need a heart transplant or ventricular assist device that uses a mechanical circulatory support partially or completely partially or completely replace failing heart failing heart to prevent, said Dr. Jerry Estep, cardiologist and Medical Director of the Methodist Heart Transplant program. this this study into account, The technology thatst have an existing need for cardiac bypass surgery and have a left ventricular ejection fraction of 40 % or less up to 42 subjects enrolled in this randomized study nationwide.

First U.S. Patient in Stem Cell TransplantationA 59 – year-old man Houston was enroll the first person in the United States in a study of stem cell transplantation for treating heart bypass to severe heart failure.The study includes the harvesting of the patient himself mesenchymal stem cells Access them within a culture with the company ‘s patent-pending method, and be the injection of cultural cells are expanded in an area in need of repair.