The TAVR Procedure - Impact on Patient Function

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Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is an increasingly common minimally invasive procedure for people with aortic valve stenosis. While this procedure improves heart function, older adults who undergo TAVR often fail to show functional improvement or demonstrate functional decline. This short module provides a brief overview of the procedure, expected outcomes, and impact on patient function in the acute recovery process, highlighting the role of rehabilitation professionals in optimizing outcomes.

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Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is an increasingly common minimally invasive procedure for people with aortic valve stenosis. While this procedure improves heart function, older adults who undergo TAVR often fail to show functional improvement or demonstrate functional decline. This short module provides a brief overview of the procedure, expected outcomes, and impact on patient function in the acute recovery process, highlighting the role of rehabilitation professionals in optimizing outcomes.

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