Cardio Catch-Up: Registry Data Spurs Discussion On TAVR For Asymptomatic Patients
Results from the TVT Registry suggest that TAVR may benefit patients who have severe aortic disease but few symptoms. Clinical trials specifically designed to answer that question are needed, according to an editorial in JACC
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