Sources which maintain the idea that increasing a Heart's Ejection Fraction is possible

The Heart Rhythm Society publishes a web page about Ejection Fraction which is of interest in the inquiry as to whether or not it is medically feasible to increase a heart's ejection fraction. Indeed, it is recommended by this article that if a patient limits their salt intake, manages fluid buildup through diuretics, exercises regularly, and if a doctor specializing in heart rhythm problems prescribes medicines specifically for increasing heart ejection fraction, then a patient may reasonably expect increases in heart ejection fraction measurements..

Ejection Fraction Levels:

A video produced by St Jude Medical Heart Library is presented below that explains Ejection Fraction Measurements; how to interpret them; and expresses typically correct explanations that I have heard from doctors who specialize in heart therapies.

A video presentation by Dr. Juan Carlos Plana from the Cleveland Clinic states some interesting information to this novice about the parameters of interpretation of the ejection fraction measurement:

From the above data published by the Heart Rhythm Society on methods to increase a heart's ejection fraction, it is clear that a patient's heart ejection fraction is not a static quantity; and thus varies over time, depending upon various factors that either increase or decrease a heart's ability to pump blood. Although, I am no expert, not even a novice, (but a researcher, yes) I have been searching for valid therapies that may be attempted in the quest for effectively increasing a heart's ejection fraction. In this regard, I have identified several sources which indicate a couple directions that may be indicated:

There is a good resource written by Dr. Ray Sahelian, M.D. on the Treatment of Congestive Heart Failure.

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