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Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) or Trans-catheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive heart procedure that aims at treating patients suffering from chronic aortic valve blockage. It is a catheter-based procedure that has gained a lot of popularity in the past decade and is performed extensively in all the leading heart hospitals in India. TAVR heart valve replacement has paved way for new possibilities by making it possible for a large number of people, who were not considered to be eligible for the conventional surgery, to avail the treatment and live a normal and healthy life.
TAVI-TAVR surgery videos available online on Medflick will help you to understand the whole procedure in detail. The surgery is carried out by introducing a small flexible tube known as catheter fitted with a balloon on one of its ends, inside the patient’s body via very small incisions or through the groin and slowly directed towards the affected valve. The new valve is placed inside this catheter.
If you check out Aortic valve replacement videos online, you will see the doctors using a microscopic camera. This camera helps the doctors to perform the procedure with higher accuracy by helping to generate enlarged images of the heart and the surrounding areas on a huge screen. 
Once the catheter is in the right place, the balloon is inflated to pave way for the placement of the new valve. 
There are two different ways by which the procedure is carried out. Either the damaged valve is completely removed and replaced or the new valve is placed along with it. After the placement of the new valve. The balloon is deflated and the catheter is removed from the patient’s body. 
The procedure can also be performed on patients suffering from diabetes and hypertension.
The procedure has a lot of benefits that include:

  • Minimal blood loss
  • Lesser pain
  • Faster recovery
  • Higher accuracy

Just like any other surgical procedure TAVI/TAVR too has certain risks associated with it. These include:

  • Death
  • Stroke
  • Internal bleeding
  • Damaged arteries

The procedure is offered at all the leading heart hospitals in India and you will get all the necessary information about it from heart valve replacement videos available online.
 

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