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Artery Clearance Therapy (ACT)

Reverse heart disease by clearing blockages

What is ACT?

ACT is non-operative treatment of angina chest pain to increase blood flow to the heart to avoid bypass. ACT involves off label use of FDA (USA) approved medicines using American College for Advancement in Medicine protocol and guidelines. It is accepted by National Health Services (NHS) in UK and is available in over 2000 clinics in America, Canada, England, France, Germany, Australia etc. It is a patient proven therapy and millions world over have reported benefit with this treatment.

How it works?

ACT uses special drugs that bind to metals in your blood. You get the ACT medicine (mainly EDTA) through an intravenous (IV) tube in your arm lasting about 3 hours. Usually 20 to 30 drips are given two or three times a week in 10 to 15 weeks. Patients can also have two drips on consecutive days every week. The theory is that hardened arteries can be made softer by removing the calcium in their walls. Cholesterol combines in the body with fat, calcium and other substances to form plaques in

the arteries. The plaque builds up over time and hardens and narrows the arteries. This buildup is called atherosclerosis and can lead to cardiovascular disease and stroke. ACT works by binding to the calcium contained in the plaques (fatty deposits) in the arteries, and once this happens the plaques are swept away and excreted from the body. Removing plaque restores elasticity to the arteries and increase blood flow.

Who should have ACT?

  • Patients suffering from Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)

  • Patients with chronic chest pain (Refractory Angina)

  • Patients who have previously had bypass surgery to unsatisfactory or failed results

  • Patients who have previously had angioplasty to unsatisfactory or failed results

  • High risk patients, unfit for bypass

  • Patients requiring post-bypass cardiac rehabilitation

  • Patients with difficult to treat small vessel disease

  • Patients experiencing re-blocks after bypass surgery or angioplasty

  • Patients experiencing chronic renal disease along with heart problems

  • Patients experiencing pain in legs due to Peripheral Artery Disease

  • Patients suffering from Renal Hypertension

  • Patients suffering from Cerebral Ischemia affecting their memory and mental ability

  • Patients suffering from Cerebral Thrombosis causing paresis

  • Patients suffering from Chronic Fatigue (Tiredness) Syndrome

  • Patients experiencing decreased sexual functioning

  • For detoxification and anti-ageing

  • Patients not willing for surgical intervention

Benefits of ACT

  • Non-invasive

  • Affordable

  • No anaesthesia required

  • Improved oxygen uptake

  • Increased physical exercise capacity

  • Short treatment time

  • No long term recovery period

  • Usually no hospital stay required

  • Reduction of medicines for chest pain

  • Increased blood flow at the treated area

  • No acute or long-term side-effects

  • Compliments ongoing therapies

How does the patient know he has improved?

Patients experience improvement in their quality of life. They feel better, test better, have less frequency and intensity of chest pains, breath better, can walk longer distance and require less medication. They have increased energy and work capacity, memory, mental ability, sexual performance, less fatigue, lesser leg pains and improved general look and skin

colour.Improvements can also be assessed scientifically with Cardiovascular Cartography (CCG)or Stress Thallium tests as they document the blood flow. Angiography assesses the patency and stenosis in three big blood vessels and their major branches but is not suitable for visualizing the millions of smaller blood vessels and capillaries, nor for assessing the overall blood flow to the heart muscle which is what ultimately matters.

Success rate of ACT

We at Sibia Medical Centre have been performing ACT since 1994 and have experience that over 95% success rate with our patients, who responded positively towards the treatment and experience remarkable improvements in their conditions. Journal of Advancement in Medicine analysed 2870 patients treated with ACT. They observed marked improvement in 91% of the patients. 

Safety of ACT

ACT is non-invasive and can be performed without the risks associated with surgical procedures. Additionally, the rate of complications resulting from ACT is considered negligible, with no reports of arrhythmias, heart failure, syncope, palpitations, breathing difficulty, bleeding, embolism, shock, or troponin.


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