TAVR Complications You Need to Know!

July 18, 2022 00:27:41
TAVR Complications You Need to Know!
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
TAVR Complications You Need to Know!
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Show Notes

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement is now more common than open surgical replacement and may be associated with lower mortality.  Given the significant increase in TAVRs it is imperative to be knowledgeable on the complications that may occur following TAVR and result in patients presenting to acute care settings for evaluation and treatment.  In this podcast we review an outstanding recent article on TAVR complications and discuss the things we need to know!

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