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The International EECP Therapists Association and Vasomedical Announce Second Annual EECP Therapy Week
Date:1/25/2013

PITTSBURGH and WESTBURY, N.Y., Jan. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The International EECP Therapists Association (IETA) and Vasomedical, Inc. (Vasomedical) (OTC Bulletin Board: VASO) jointly announce the second annual EECP Therapy Week.

Cardiovascular disease has become more prevalent among men and women in the U.S. and around the globe and physicians and scientists have been exploring effective alternative treatments to the conventional palliative invasive methods, such as bypass surgery and stenting, for treating heart conditions. Recognizing the importance of increasing the public's awareness of a clinically proven, cost-effective alternative treatment, The International EECP Therapists Association initiated EECP® Therapy Week to inform the public about EECP Therapy, an FDA cleared, non-invasive but underutilized therapy for treating patients with several heart conditions.

Occurring annually during the last full week of February, the second annual EECP Therapy Week will be recognized this year from February 18 – 22, 2013. During this week, EECP centers around the U.S. will host special events to raise awareness of EECP Therapy and honor the American Heart Association's Heart Month. 

Among these events is the Red Balloon Release, a unique and highly visible activity that will bring EECP staff and patients together to release balloons to the sky with personal messages as a tribute to the positive impact EECP Therapy has had on their health and the quality of their lives. The Red Balloon Release is scheduled on Tuesday, February 19 and will take place concurrently around the nation at 1:00pm EST, 12:00pm CST, 11:00am MST and 10:00am PST.  Last year, hundreds of balloons were released to honor the positive impact of EECP Therapy.


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