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How to Assess a Patient with Aortic Valve Stenosis?

The presence of severe aortic stenosis with an indication for valve problems may interfere with the evaluation of the concomitant CAD. Understanding which coronary lesions to revascularize, is essential to improving patient outcomes. Dr. K.K. Kapur MBBS, MD, DM, Interventional Cardiologist Senior Consultant, New Delhi will help you understand how to access the aortic valve stenosis.

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The presence of severe aortic stenosis with an indication for valve problems may interfere with the evaluation of the concomitant CAD. Understanding which coronary lesions to revascularize, is essential to improving patient outcomes. Dr. K.K. Kapur MBBS, MD, DM, Interventional Cardiologist Senior Consultant, New Delhi will help you understand how to access the aortic valve stenosis.

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The presence of severe aortic stenosis with an indication for valve problems may interfere with the evaluation of the concomitant CAD. Understanding which coronary lesions to revascularize, is essential to improving patient outcomes. Dr. K.K. Kapur MBBS, MD, DM, Interventional Cardiologist Senior Consultant, New Delhi will help you understand how to access the aortic valve stenosis.