Patient Stories


Recovering hearts. Saving lives.

How do those affected deal with their heart disease and how were they helped? Here you will find reports in which patients share their personal experiences.

Patients tell their stories


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Case reports of experiences with heart disease

68-Year-Old Back Playing Golf and Tennis After Suffering a Heart Attack

Today, Gerry’s heart function is back to normal and he is back living an active life, running his business, playing sports and enjoying time with his friends.

Active Mother’s Heart Recovers With Impella

Just a couple of months later, Wendy resumed her active lifestyle playing golf, traveling and cherishing time with her family.

Following a Brief Recovery Period, Kusum Is Back at Home With Her Family

Following a brief recovery period, Kusum is back at home with her family. Her heart function has improved and she is back to her old routine.

Carlos Returns to His Active Lifestyle Following Protected PCI Procedure

Since the procedure, Carlos's heart function has dramatically improved and he feels better than he has in years.

New Mother Embracing Life After Surviving a Heart Attack

Today, Akashi is enjoying motherhood with her husband and young daughter.

59-Year-Old Finds a New Passion After Surviving Heart Attack

Today, Seishiro is back to living an active lifestyle after suffering a myocardial infarction.

Tadeusz Is Back To Playing Music

Following a brief recovery period, Tadeusz is back at home with his family and his hobby, playing piano.

Mother returns to her active lifestyle after surviving a heart attack

Today Ushas heart is fully recovered. She walks every day, meditates, and does Yoga. She lives an active and happy life with her family.

Father Enjoying Life with His Family After Heart Attack

Today, Yossef Grasyani has normal heart function. His quality of life and health condition have improved. He is back home and spends time with his wife and his three children.

Postman Returns to Work After Surviving Cardiac Arrest

Today, Yoshitsugi continues to deliver mail on a route that includes the University Hospital Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine where he often stops to thank the medical staff who saved his life.