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Percutaneous Interventions for Structural Heart Disease in the Elderly

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Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly

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Structural heart disease is common in the elderly, and in past decades the definitive treatment of many structural heart diseases required cardiac surgery. Because surgical morbidity and mortality increase with age and comorbidity burden, many elderly patients are at high surgical risk or inoperable. The last decade has seen an explosion in effective transcatheter treatments for many structural heart diseases, including aortic stenosis, mitral regurgitation and stenosis, and left atrial appendage occlusion for atrial fibrillation. As a result, many elderly patients now have access to effective treatments for structural heart disease with a considerably lower periprocedural risk. This chapter reviews common structural heart diseases in the elderly and their transcatheter treatment.

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Rahman, F., Resar, J.R., Czarny, M.J. (2023). Percutaneous Interventions for Structural Heart Disease in the Elderly. In: Leucker, T.M., Gerstenblith, G. (eds) Cardiovascular Disease in the Elderly. Contemporary Cardiology. Humana, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-16594-8_7

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