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Impella In June 2008, the Impella 2.5 heart pump received FDA 510(k) clearance for partial circulatory support for periods of up to 6 hours during cardiac procedures not requiring cardiopulmonary bypass. In March 2015, the Impella 2.5™ heart pump received FDA Premarket Approval (PMA) for elective and urgent high-risk PCI procedures, and in December 2016, the FDA PMA was expanded to include the Impella CP™ heart pump. In April 2009, the Impella 5.0 and Impella LD™ heart pumps received FDA 510(k) clearance for circulatory support for periods of up to 6 hours during cardiac procedures not requiring cardiopulmonary bypass. In July 2010, the Automated Impella Controller received FDA 510(k) clearance for intended use by trained healthcare professionals in healthcare facilities and medical transport (ie, ambulance, helicopter, or fixed-wing aircraft) environments.
Impella As of 2016, more than 45,000 patients have been supported by Impella devices. Cited in more than 300 publications, Impella is the most studied percutaneous circulatory support device available today.
Impella In April 2016, the Impella 2.5™, Impella CP™, Impella 5.0™, and Impella LD™ received FDA PMA to provide treatment of ongoing cardiogenic shock for periods up to 4 days in the case of the Impella 2.5™ and Impella CP™ and for periods up to 6 days in the case of the Impella 5.0™ and Impella LD™. The FDA PMA recognized the Impella system as a therapy that allows hearts to recover function after insult.
Impella The Impella heart pump is an FDA approved, temporary ventricular support device designed to provide hemodynamic support to a patient with depressed heart function. The device is approved for use in "high-risk percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI)" and in instances where a patient is suffering from cardiogenic shock following a heart attack or an open heart surgery procedure. The catheter-based heart pump is manufactured by Abiomed, Inc., headquartered in Danvers, Massachusetts, and has been used in more than 45,000 procedures since 2008. The Impella 2.5™ device is the world's smallest heart pump. The whole device is less than the length of a pencil, and the pump is thinner than an eraser, allowing it to be placed into the heart through a peripheral artery. Once in place, the Impella devices pump blood for the left or right side of the heart, pumping blood into the ascending aorta or pulmonary artery, respectively. The Impella heart pump is designed to rest the patient's heart during an elective or high-risk PCI procedure and prevents the heart from being overstressed by the procedure as coronary artery blockages are repaired. It also maintains blood flow and blood pressure during the procedure. . In the setting of advanced heart failure, a PCI procedure with an Impella heart pump has the ability to improve quality of life in patients who sometimes have no other options to improve their heart function.
Impella Impella heart pumps are percutaneous microaxial pumps that act as mechanical circulatory support (MCS) devices in patients in need of hemodynamic support. The pumps are mounted on a 9 Fr support catheter. The pumps are inserted by a physician typically through femoral artery access, although axillary and subclavian artery approaches are not uncommon. Upon proper placement within the patient, the Impella cannula crosses the arotic valve, leaving the blood inflow cage completely within the left ventricular chamber and the outflow cage (and pump housing) in the ascending aorta. [FIG 2 FIG 3] The pump continuously aspirates blood from within the ventricle directly into the aorta above the aortic valve. Power is connected to the pump motor and sensors through connections within the guiding catheter. In turn, the catheter is connected to an external dedicated control console, called the Automated Impella Controller, which houses an integrated pump controller and purge system.