Nonsurgical Mitral Valve Repair and Replacement

Today, many mitral valve procedures can be done through a catheter.


If you are diagnosed with mitral valve regurgitation, there’s an excellent chance your valve can be repaired in a minimally invasive, catheter-based procedure. And, if your mitral valve was previously replaced with a prosthesis that is now failing, a new valve may be inserted inside it through a catheter—sparing you another open-heart surgery.

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