Stanford Health Care Treats Aortic Stenosis Without Surgery Using TAVR
Stanford Medicine specialists are experts at performing transcatheter aortic valve replacements (TAVR) to treat aortic stenosis. Ours was the first TAVR program in northern California, and we are among the first programs to offer TAVR to lower-risk patients. The aortic valve controls blood flow from the heart into a large artery called the aorta. Aortic stenosis is a narrowing of the aortic valve, which makes it harder for the valve to open. TAVR is a nonsurgical procedure to replace the aortic valve. Listen to Dr. Bill Fearon, director of interventional cardiology at Stanford Medicine, explain the TAVR procedure. Learn how you can benefit from this minimally invasive treatment. Learn more: Interventional Cardiology Program Structural Heart Program Aortic Stenosis William (Bill) Fearon, MD Interventional cardiologist Director of Interventional Cardiology at Stanford

Valvular Heart Disease Clinic

We use a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnose and treat patients with valvular heart disease, offering repair and replacement for heart valves.
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Stanford, CA 94305
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