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Autologous Muscular Treatment Options for Endstage Heart Failure — A Critical Appraisal of the Dynamic Cardiomyoplasty (DCMP) vs. a New Concept of a Closed-Loop Controlled DCMP (CLC-DCMP)

By Norbert W. Guldner, Peter Klapproth and Hans-H. Sievers

Submitted: May 18th 2012Reviewed: January 21st 2013Published: May 22nd 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55900

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Norbert W. Guldner, Peter Klapproth and Hans-H. Sievers (May 22nd 2013). Autologous Muscular Treatment Options for Endstage Heart Failure — A Critical Appraisal of the Dynamic Cardiomyoplasty (DCMP) vs. a New Concept of a Closed-Loop Controlled DCMP (CLC-DCMP), Regenerative Medicine and Tissue Engineering Jose A. Andrades, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55900. Available from:

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