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Improving Outcomes in Cardiogenic Shock

Sodium bicarbonate purge solution for Impella® heart pumps received FDA PMA approval in April as an alternative for patients who are intolerant to heparin or in whom heparin is contraindicated

The Only Right Heart Pump Equipped with Dual-Sensor Technology to Assist with Pump Management

37% of patients experience right ventricular failure when in cardiogenic shock.1 Impella RP® with SmartAssist® can support patients and may enable recovery.

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For Interventional Cardiologists

Treat high-risk PCI, cardiogenic shock and right heart failure patients

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For Cardiac and Vascular Surgeons

Escalate, stabilize and recover native organs with minimally-invasive surgical techniques

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For Nurses

Use calculators, watch quick skills videos and learn patient management best practices

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For Fellows

Advance your knowledge and develop skills to treat complex PCI patients

For Referring Providers

Are you caring for patients with heart disease? Learn more about how Impella heart pumps work, the benefits of Protected PCI with Impella and explore patient identification resources. 

Native Heart and Lung Recovery

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Conditions & Therapies

Access education, clinical evidence and practice support for Protected PCI, AMI cardiogenic shock, right heart failure, surgical applications and severe lung failure.

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Products & Services

Learn about the latest technology and how that technology may best support your patient.

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Education & Resources

Abiomed provides a comprehensive training program for health care providers.

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  1. Lala, A., et al., (2018). J Card Fail, 24(3), 148-156.