Bicuspid Aortic Valve Repair Surgery Video
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Dr. Svensson discusses bicuspid aortic valve repair surgery.
- Two percent of the population are affected by bicuspid aortic valve.
- Repairing a valve in a young patient is a good option
- This video shows the steps to repairing a bicuspid aortic valve in a patient who also has an aneurysm, utilizing a minimally invasive approach.
Please note - actual heart surgery is presented. Content may be graphic for some viewers.
* Correct measurement and calculations should only be done by a trained cardiologist or cardiovascular surgeon
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