There will be no need for bypass surgery after a heart attack!


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. It kills more than 18 million people every year. Heart attack is the most common of these. Due to damage to the muscles, bypass surgery is considered the last option to save the patient. If this is not done, the heart ruptures within 5-10 days.


However, a recent study by Austrian researchers published in the European Heart Journal claims that damaged muscles can be regenerated without surgery with the help of gentle shock waves. This is called the 'space hair dryer' technique. This technique, which is still in the early stages of development, works to improve blood circulation and regulate heartbeat by warming the heart muscles.

How does this technology work?

The 'Space Hair Dryer' is a small device that heats the heart muscle using microwaves. This heat increases blood flow and improves the function of the heart muscle. 

What is special about a space hair dryer? 

This technique offers many advantages over traditional heart disease treatments such as medicines and surgery. It causes less pain to the patient, it has no side effects. Also, it helps patients recover quickly. Initial studies have shown that this technique is also effective in significantly reducing the symptoms of heart disease.

Many lives can be saved

Experts believe that this technology could save the lives of more than 5 million people who die from heart disease every year. However, it may take some time for this technology to become widely available. For now, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle to prevent heart disease, which includes regular exercise, a healthy diet, and stress management.