FineHeart

The challenge

posed by Severe

Heart Failure – no treatment for 90% of patients

2nd

Leading cause of death
in G7 countries

200,000

Patients with severe heart
failure remain untreated today

The existing treatments

do not provide adequate solutions

Severe Heart Failure is a degenerative disease. At the onset of the disease, treatment essentially follows a medical protocol. At the critical stage of the disease, only 12,000 patients have access to surgery: heart transplant (5,000 patients/pa) LVAD implantation (7,000 patients/pa).

Post LVAD implantation

20-45%

of complications are
infections via the driveline

High mortality rate%

20% in Year 1 to 50% in Year 4

30-40%

Cardiac issues

30-40%

Gastrointestinal bleeding

30-70%

Thromboses