INTERVENTIONS FOR STRUCTURAL HEART DISEASE

The challenge of valve-in-valve procedures in degenerated Mitroflow bioprostheses and the advantage of using the JenaValve transcatheter heart valve

EuroIntervention 2014;10:990-994 published online ahead of print March 2013. DOI: 10.4244/EIJV10I8A167

Lenard Conradi
Lenard Conradi1*, MD; Benjamin Kloth1, MD; Moritz Seiffert2, MD; Johannes Schirmer1, MD; Dietmar Koschyk2, MD; Stefan Blankenberg2, MD; Hermann Reichenspurner1, MD, PhD; Patrick Diemert2, MD; Hendrik Treede1, MD
1. University Heart Center Hamburg, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Hamburg, Germany; 2. University Heart Center Hamburg, Department of Cardiology, Hamburg, Germany

Aims: Recently, the feasibility of valve-in-valve procedures using current first-generation transcatheter heart valves (THV) in cases of structural valve degeneration has been reported as

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