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Percutaneous Valve Replacement: Where Do We Stand? Where Are We Going?

dc.contributor.authorRoach, Emir Charles
dc.contributor.authorGezgen, Gamze
dc.contributor.authorGezgen, Baki
dc.contributor.authorIDTR195434tr_TR
dc.date.accessioned2016-05-31T08:57:59Z
dc.date.available2016-05-31T08:57:59Z
dc.date.issued2010
dc.description.abstractBackground: Percutaneous valve replacement is a relatively new treatment modality that is rapidly growing in application. Aim&Objectives: Percutaneous treatment of valve diseases has been an alternative to open surgery since the early 1980's. In patients with mitral and aortic stenosis, use of percutaneous catheter-based techniques as balloon valvuloplasty has been a good therapeutic option. Later on, percutaneous aortic valve replacement was demonstrated in the 1990s in vitro, followed by successful in vivo applications. Although these techniques have difficulties such as paravalvular leakage difficulty in deployment; migration of valved stent; percutaneous valve replacement is currently one of the most researched and actively debated subjects in interventional cardiology. In this study we are aiming to review the current state and evaluate the pros and cons of this new treatment modality. Methods/Study Design: We enumerated the pros and cons from different perspectives, referenced and discussed them from articles that were obtained through Pubmed. Results and Findings: Percutaneous valve replacement procedures offer substantial advantages to patients. The reducing of surgical risks, the fact that the procedures are less invasive in comparison to open heart surgery, and that rehabilitation times are shorter are positive aspects [2]. However, there are complications such as paravalvular leakage difficulty in deployment; migration of valved stent, that needed to be taken into consideration and the selection of patients for the procedure needs improvement. Study Limitations: Percutaneous valve replacement is a relatively new treatment modality, few publications exist for consideration. Conclusion: With 12 different kinds of valves available for use, and improvement in patient selection, we expect to see an increase in percutaneous valve replacements worldwide.tr_TR
dc.identifier.issn1840-2291
dc.identifier.scopus2-s2.0-79951473738
dc.identifier.scopus2-s2.0-79951473738en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11413/1354
dc.identifier.wos287769300002
dc.identifier.wos287769300002en
dc.language.isoen_UStr_TR
dc.publisherDrunpp-Sarajevo, Bolnicka Bb, Sarajevo, 71000, Bosnia & Hercegtr_TR
dc.relationHealthmedtr_TR
dc.subjectPercutaneous Valve Replacementtr_TR
dc.subjectMitral Aortictr_TR
dc.subjectcorrect mitral-insufficiencytr_TR
dc.subjectto-edge techniquetr_TR
dc.subjectaortic-valvetr_TR
dc.subjectpulmonary valvetr_TR
dc.subjecttranscatheter implantationtr_TR
dc.subjectclinical-experiencetr_TR
dc.subjectnatural-historytr_TR
dc.subjectrepairtr_TR
dc.subjectregurgitationtr_TR
dc.subjectstenosistr_TR
dc.subjectPerkütan Vana Değişimitr_TR
dc.subjectmitral aorttr_TR
dc.subjectDoğru mitral-yetersizliğitr_TR
dc.subjectpulmoner kapaktr_TR
dc.subjecttranskateter implantasyonutr_TR
dc.subjectKlinik-deneyimtr_TR
dc.subjectdoğal tarihtr_TR
dc.subjectonarımtr_TR
dc.subjectyetersizliktr_TR
dc.subjectdarlıktr_TR
dc.titlePercutaneous Valve Replacement: Where Do We Stand? Where Are We Going?tr_TR
dc.typeArticletr_TR
dspace.entity.typePublication
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