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Mechanically expanded TAVR may benefit high-risk aortic stenosis patients


Clinical Advisor - Jan 9, 2018
Mechanically expanded transcatheter aortic valve replacements may be just as effective as self-expanding aortic valve replacements for patients with aortic stenosis, according to a study published in JAMA. Ted E Feldman, MD, of the Evanston Hospital ...
 

'Normal' LVEF: Misnomer in Aortic Stenosis?


MedPage Today - Dec 27, 2017
Some people with severe aortic stenosis may be at higher risk for events if they wait to get an aortic valve replacement -- even if their left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) measures are in the normal range, a registry study suggested. Among ...
 

Survival in Patients With Severe Aortic Stenosis Impacted by LVEF


Monthly Prescribing Reference - Jan 5, 2018
HealthDay News — For patients with severe aortic stenosis (AS), left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) below 60% is associated with impaired survival, according to a study published online December 27 in JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions. Tomohiko ...
 

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Top 3 Symptoms of Spinal Stenosis


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What is the Spinal Stenosis?


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Understanding Aortic Stenosis with Dr. Marc Gillinov


https://www.Heart-Valve-Surgery.com - Learn about aortic valve stenosis - the causes, the risks, the progression and the surgical treatments - from Dr. Marc Gillinov, cardiac surgeon from...
 

Top 10 Stretches for Spinal Stenosis of the Low Back (Lumbar)


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Mitral valve disease (regurgitation, stenosis) - causes, symptoms & pathology


What is mitral valve disease? If the mitral valve doesn't open all the way during diastole, it's known as mitral stenosis. If it doesn't close all the way during systole, it's called mitral...