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COVID-19 and
Heart Valve Disease

It is important to monitor your symptoms and seek medical attention if they change or worsen.

Hospitals remain equipped to treat patients safely during COVID-19. If your heart says so, just go!
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What is
Heart Valve Disease?

Find out more about heart valve disease
symptoms, diagnosis and treatments in Canada.
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What is
Heart Valve Disease?

Find out more about heart valve disease symptoms, diagnosis and treatments in Canada.
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What is Heart Disease?

Find out more about heart disease symptoms, diagnosis and treatments in Canada.
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Patient Success Story:
An Ironman Comeback

Avid cyclist and Ironman participant, Fabio had to take a break from sport because he needed heart surgery due to bicuspid aortic valve stenosis. However, it didn't take him long to get back on the bicycle and back in the race.
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Progress being made but more needed for heart valve disease patients in Canada

During Heart Month and on Valve Disease Day, Heart Valve Voice Canada is pleased to recognize recent advancements in treatment options for Canadian cardiac patients, but remains concerned about the continued delays and difficulties in accessing treatments as a result of the pandemic.

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Health Canada approves low-risk patients for minimally invasive treatment option

Health Canada has recently expanded indication and approval for two transcatheter heart valves for use in a TAVI procedure.

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Patient Story: Getting TAVI Just in Time

One of the last procedures completed before COVID-19 prevented them from being performed for period of time, this patient received TAVI and was discharged and home a total of 22 hours after the procedure was completed.

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