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Mini Review Open Access
Heart failure (HF) remains to be a serious public and health problem, which associate with higher morbidity, mortality and disability. Although there are high-quality developed clinical recommendations regarding prevention and treatment of HF, patients with HF have experienced the poor clinical outcomes. Currently transfer of drugs using extracellular vesicles (EVs) into target cells in vivo is promising methods for attenuation of cardiac remodeling and ischemia. The mini review is presented data confirming the role of specific novel delivery drug systems released wide spectrum of biological active molecules based on EVs’ releasing in HF. The use of EV systems might allow localized and sustained cytokine release and consequently a prolonged biological effect with induction of tissue regeneration and revascularization in HF.
Heart failure, Microparticles, Delivery drug systems, Therapeutic aspects, Advances in Anatomy, Tissue, Histology of Cell Biology, Cell-Biology