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One-Year Clinical Outcomes of a Novel Transcatheter Heart Valve to treat Degenerated Surgical Valves - The “VIVALL” study

DOI: 10.4244/EIJ-D-20-01241

1. Marienhospital Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, Germany
2. Heart Center Brandenburg in Bernau & Brandenburg Medical School, Bernau, Germany
3. Segeberger Clinics, Heart Center, Bad Segeberg, Germany
4. University of Cologne, Department of Cardiology, Cologne, Germany
5. Clinic and Policlinic Heart Surgery, University Clinic Bonn, Bonn, Germany
6. Heart Surgery Clinic, University Heart Center, Hamburg, Germany

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First in-human clinical studies and in-vitro tests for VIV with the ALLEGRA THV (NVT GmbH, Hechingen, Germany) as well as the 30-day data of the VIVALL study demonstrated favourable results, even in small surgical aortic bioprotheses1,2,3. This paper reports the 12-month outcomes of the VIVALL study.

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