Harvard Heart Letter

Update: Quality of life after aortic valve replacement

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement offers a minimally invasive way to replace a stiff, failing aortic valve. While some symptoms (such as shortness of breath) improve after the procedure, physical and emotional health might not. 
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