Riyati Mediquip Pvt Ltd - Providing Quality ECP Treatments & Machines
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dedicated to the research, development, manufacture and distribution of medical equipment, with a special focus on Enhanced External Counter Pulsation (EECP)

ECP appears to be safe and effective in the treatment of angina in patients with impaired systolic function and has similar potential in patients with congestive heart failure.
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Technical Specification

Precise, R-wave generated

Trigger Range: 32-125 bpm

Electrically adjustable bedrest

0-45* adjustable range

120 VAC/60Hz, 20A

230V/AC, 50 Hz, 10A

Low pass digital filter eliminates 50/60 Hz

and high frequency interference

Temperature: 20-120 F

Relative Humidity: 20 to 90%

Atmospheric Pressure: 500 to 1060

One main circuit breaker

Automatic inflation stop and release of pressure on early extra systole. Automatic treatment stop and pressure release if power pressure limit.

Auto treatment stop heart rate exceeds 125 bpm or drops under 32 bpm

2 Set, “one size fits all”

Calf, thigh, and buttocks.

Temperature : 50-140 F (10 to 40 C)

Relative Humidity : 30 to 70%

Atmospheric Pressure : 700 to 1060

Atmosphere : Free of corrusive gas

FDA Approved For

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Meet the Team

Manoj Sharma

Manoj Sharma

Managing Director

Deepak Kumar

Deepak Kumar


Sheena Vishkarma

Sheena Vishkarma

Yoga Instructor & Nutritionist

Ravinder Jangid

Ravinder Jangid

Research & Development Head

Dr Subhargha Kumar

Dr Subhargha Kumar

Consultant Cardiologist, The Five Elements Medical Center, Gurgaon

Amit Kumar

Amit Kumar

Service Engineer

Ravinder Tyagi

Ravinder Tyagi

GM Sales and Marketing

Abhik Gupta

Abhik Gupta

Creative Head

Frequently Asked Questions on ECP Treatment

Source : https://my.clevelandclinic.org/

Enhanced external counterpulsation (EECP) therapy is chest pain therapy approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It treats long-term chest pain or pressure (chronic stable angina) that doesn’t respond to other treatments. EECP therapy may also be recommended for some people who need a procedure to restore blood flow to their heart and aren’t eligible for surgery.

EECP therapy uses pressure to improve your blood flow. It’s a noninvasive, outpatient treatment. You typically receive the treatment over seven weeks.

This type of therapy can reduce your need for medication and increase your ability to be active without experiencing symptoms. Side effects are usually minor. Your healthcare provider can help determine if you are eligible for EECP treatment.

Angina is a sign of coronary heart disease that affects more than 10 million Americans. When you have angina, your heart doesn’t receive enough oxygen-rich blood due to narrowed or blocked arteries. In chronic stable angina, symptoms such as chest pain or weakness come and go when you are active or under stress.

Your healthcare provider may recommend EECP if you have:

EECP can also help other conditions, including:

EECP cannot treat unstable angina (acute coronary syndrome). This type of angina causes more severe, more frequent and longer-lasting symptoms. Symptoms develop suddenly, even while you rest.

Call 911 or have someone take you to the nearest emergency room if this occurs. You could be having a heart attack.

EECP treatment applies pressure to blood vessels in your lower limbs. The pressure increases blood flow back to your heart, so your heart works better. When your heart pumps better, symptoms ease.

This type of therapy can also encourage blood vessels to open new pathways for blood to flow to your heart. These pathways eventually become “natural bypass” vessels that help relieve symptoms of angina if your coronary arteries are narrowed or blocked.

You may be eligible for EECP therapy if you:

  • Have long-term chest pain or pressure that comes and goes during physical activity or stress.
  • No longer experience relief with medication.
  • Don’t qualify for an invasive procedure like surgery.
  • Experience renewed symptoms after an invasive procedure such as bypass surgeryangioplasty or stenting.

Talk to your healthcare provider about whether you qualify for EECP therapy. EECP therapy isn’t recommended for people who are pregnant. Providers may recommend other options for people who have pacemakers or conditions such as:

Before you receive EECP therapy, a healthcare provider performs a physical exam and exercise stress test. Your provider also explains the procedure and equipment involved.

Immediately before treatment, a provider:

  1. Asks you to empty your bladder and change into special treatment pants.
  2. Places three electrocardiogram (EKG) patches on your chest and inflatable cuffs around your legs and buttocks. The cuffs connect to air hoses.
  3. Gives you a finger sensor to check blood oxygen and pressure levels, so providers can adjust therapy for best results.

During EECP therapy, you relax or nap on a padded table while air fills the cuffs around your lower limbs. You’ll feel the cuffs grow tighter around your legs and bottom until they reach full treatment pressure.

EKG and blood pressure monitors synchronize inflation and deflation with your heartbeat. The cuffs inflate as soon as your heart rests, increasing blood supply to the arteries that deliver blood to your heart. Then they quickly deflate to make it easier for your heart to pump again.

Once you get used to the sensation, therapy should be comfortable. It shouldn’t cause pain or discomfort. You can return to your regular daily routine after treatment.

EECP therapy is an outpatient treatment. You usually have it for a total of 35 hours: one hour a day, five days a week, for seven weeks.

You can also have it twice daily for three and a half weeks. You have a one-hour session, a break and then another session.

Responses to EECP therapy vary. You may feel tired for several days after treatment. Most people say symptoms feel improvement in the last couple of weeks of the seven-week treatment.

Talk to your healthcare provider if your symptoms return. About 20% of people need repeat EECP therapy, especially if they didn’t complete the initial 35 hour course.

Research shows many people report improved symptoms for up to a few years after EECP treatment. They say they experience:

  • Fewer and less frequent symptoms of angina, including chest pain.
  • Increased energy.
  • More ability to be active or exercise without symptoms.
  • Reduced need for medication.

Complications from treatment are usually minor. Most people don’t experience any major side effects, discomfort or complications. In rare cases, people develop shortness of breath, requiring hospitalization and treatment.

Typical side effects include fatigue or muscle aches. Some people experience blisters or mild skin irritation due to the equipment. Others may have:


EECP therapy doesn’t require a hospital stay. You can return to your regular routine immediately after treatment. Alert your healthcare provider if you experience any side effects.

Many people experience improved blood flow and reduced symptoms of angina for several years after treatment. In some cases, you may need another course of EECP therapy.