Features December 2019 Issue

Valve-in-Valve Replacement Comes of Age

Most heart valves can be safely replaced a second time.

Today, the vast majority of patients can have a worn-out or damaged valve replaced with a brand-new valve in a surgical procedure or through a catheter.

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