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Trans Catheter Valve Therapies

In patients with severe aortic stenosis, transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive surgery to replace the aortic valve. TAVR takes one to two hours to complete and is less invasive than open heart surgery. TAVR offers useful treatment choices to patients who might not have been given the benefit of a valve replacement, despite the fact that it is not without hazards. In terms of recuperation, a patient's experience with a TAVR procedure can be comparable to that of a coronary angiography. TAVR is more likely to result in a shorter hospital stay than surgical valve replacement.

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In patients with severe aortic stenosis, transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive surgery to replace the aortic valve. TAVR takes one to two hours to complete and is less invasive than open heart surgery. TAVR offers useful treatment choices to patients who might not have been given the benefit of a valve replacement, despite the fact that it is not without hazards. In terms of recuperation, a patient's experience with a TAVR procedure can be comparable to that of a coronary angiography. TAVR is more likely to result in a shorter hospital stay than surgical valve replacement.