Aortic stenosis – The latest in TAVI and what this means for your patients

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In this episode:

  • GPs need to auscultate every patient’s chest and investigate murmurs with an ECHO – only a minority of patients with treatable AS are being detected
  • Severe AS has a very significant impact on quality of life and a very high mortality rate, but even moderate AS has a significant impact
  • Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI) has revolutionised treatment of AS
  • There has been a recent update in intermediate risk private reimbursement that will make this procedure available to many more patients


Host: Dr David Lim, GP and Medical Educator

Total time: 32 mins

Guest: Dr Yohan Chacko, Interventional Cardiologist


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Last Updated: 16 Mar, 2022

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