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Transcatheter Aortic-Valve Replacement With a Self-Expanding Valve in Low-Risk Patients

Monday, March 18, 2019

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Source Name: The New England Journal of Medicine


Jeffrey J. Popma, G. Michael Deeb, Steven J. Yakubov, Mubashir Mumtaz, Hemal Gada, Daniel O’Hair, Tanvir Bajwa, John C. Heiser, William Merhi, Neal S. Kleiman, Judah Askew, Paul Sorajja, Joshua Rovin, Stanley J. Chetcuti, David H. Adams, Paul S. Teirstein, George L. Zorn III, John K. Forrest, Didier Tchétché, Jon Resar, Antony Walton, Nicolo Piazza, Basel Ramlawi, Newell Robinson, George Petrossian, Thomas G. Gleason, Jae K. Oh, Michael J. Boulware, Hongyan Qiao, Andrew S. Mugglin, Michael J. Reardon, for the Evolut Low Risk Trial Investigators

A number of interesting findings in early follow up of this randomized controlled trial on one type of transcatheter aortic valve against conventional surgery: the mechanics of the valve and the incidence of complete heart block, to name but a few. We await the longer follow up.

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