1-Year Results in Patients Undergoing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement With Failed Surgical Bioprostheses | Mitral Valve Repair Center Skip to main content

George M. Deeb, MD, ... David H. Adams, MD , Jeffrey J. Popma, MD

OBJECTIVES:

This study evaluated the safety and effectiveness of self-expanding transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) in patients with surgical valve failure (SVF).

BACKGROUND:

Self-expanding TAVR is superior to medical therapy for patients with severe native aortic valve stenosis at increased surgical risk.

METHODS:

The CoreValve U.S. Expanded Use Study was a prospective, nonrandomized study that enrolled 233 patients with symptomatic SVF who were deemed unsuitable for reoperation. Patients were treated with self-expanding TAVR and evaluated for 30-day and 1-yearoutcomes after the procedure. An independent core laboratory was used to evaluate serial echocardiograms for valve hemodynamics and aortic regurgitation.

CONCLUSIONS:

Self-expanding TAVR in patients with SVF at increased risk for surgery was associated with a low 1-year mortality and major stroke rate, significantly improved aortic valve hemodynamics, and low rates of moderate and no severe residual aortic regurgitation, with improved quality of life.

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