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2011-08-30 11:29:58

Results from a study presented today at the ESC Congress 2011, show that TAVI implantation in low risk patients, met with 100% procedural success (versus 95.3% in the high Euroscore group (p=0.1).

2011-08-29 14:16:30

Severe aortic stenosis (AS) is increasing in frequency as the population ages.

2011-08-16 12:21:00

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Aug. 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cardiologists at El Camino Hospital's Heart and Vascular Institute are taking advantage of advancements in medical technology to offer patients more options for treating heart disease, and to more precisely determine whether to intervene.

2011-06-10 06:39:37

Aortic stenosis is associated with a high rate of death if left untreated.

2011-06-07 00:00:31

Study to enroll patients with severe aortic stenosis for nonsurgical aortic valve replacement. Milwaukee (PRWEB) June 06, 2011 Aurora St.

2011-06-06 15:43:56

Less invasive catheter-based aortic valve replacement and open valve-replacement surgery have a similar one-year survival for patients at high risk for surgery.

2011-06-03 08:49:00

Study to Enroll Patients with Severe Aortic Stenosis for Non-surgical Aortic Valve Replacement MIAMI BEACH, Fla., June 3, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida announced its participation in the Medtronic CoreValve U.S.

2011-05-16 15:29:29

The most lethal and sudden cardiovascular event can be the toughest for doctors to diagnose.

2011-04-29 22:55:55

A gene known to be important in cardiac development has been newly associated with congenital heart malformations that result in obstruction of the left ventricular outflow tract.

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2011-04-04 11:15:00

Open heart surgery can be avoided by some with a new type of heart valve that is placed through a tube in an artery, cardiologists report in a study.


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