Tag Archives: aortic stenosis

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Kidney Insufficiency and the Risk of Developing Aortic Stenosis in the Future

Kidney Insufficiency and the Risk of Developing Aortic Stenosis in the Future

Chronic kidney disease, even in moderate or severe stages before dialysis, is associated with an increased risk of aortic stenosis according to this work recently published in J Am Coll Cardiol. Both share several risk factors, something that complicates the identification of the association between these diseases due to multiple confounding variables.   The study

La diálisis nueva post TAVI aumenta la mortalidad.

After 100,000+ Patients, TAVR Becomes the New Standard of Care

Eighty years did the trick for one the countries with more experience in transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), which made it the new “standard of care” to treat elderly patients. Following in the footsteps of pioneer Alain Cribier, Germany has led the adoption of TAVR in Europe and the rest of the world. Since 2008,

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Cost-Effectiveness of TAVR in Intermediate-Risk Patients

Prior economic analyses had shown that transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is cost-effective (which does not mean that it saves money) in high-risk patients compared with surgical replacement. In intermediate-risk patients, this equation was mere speculation until this work recently published in Circulation came along. Physicians started wondering about costs and durability after PARTNER 2 showed

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