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Overview

TAVR (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement)

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What is TAVR & Aortic valve replacement?

TAVR stands for Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement. It is also referred to as TAVI (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implant).
The procedure is for individuals diagnosed with severe symptomatic aortic stenosis and are at intermediate or greater risk for open heart surgery.

TAVR Procedure in Mumbai

Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital, Powai is doing TAVR procedure in Mumbai with the most advanced Cathlab-Phillips Azurion- First Ceiling mounted, 20 inch detector, Cathlab system in the Western part of India.
Cath lab has numerous world class features in Coronary Angiography & Angioplasty Structural Heart Interventional-TAVI, Pacemaker & Electrophysiology. Low radiation for patients.
TAVI stands for Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation. It is also referred to as TAVR (Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement).
The procedure is for individuals diagnosed with severe symptomatic aortic stenosis and are at intermediate or greater risk for open heart surgery.
The TAVI/TAVR procedure allows a new valve to be inserted within the diseased aortic valve. During the procedure, the new valve pushes the leaflets of the current diseased valve aside. The frame uses the leaflets of the diseased valve to secure it in place.
TAVI/TAVR is a less invasive procedure. It uses a catheter to replace the heart valve instead of opening up the chest of the patient and completely removing the diseased valve. It can be performed in multiple ways.

What is Aortic Stenosis?

Aortic stenosis is a build-up of calcium deposits on the valve, which causes it to narrow and reduce blood flow to the rest of your body.

What are the symptoms of Aortic Stenosis?

  • Shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty walking short distances
  • Loss of consciousness episodes (Syncope)
  • Chest pain
  • No longer taking part in physical activities you used to enjoy.

These could also be symptoms of heart failure. If you have any of these symptoms and have been diagnosed with heart failure, ask your doctor to also test for aortic stenosis.

What are the risk factors for aortic stenosis?

  • Increase in age
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Smoking
  • Deformed aortic valve
  • Family history

What causes Aortic Stenosis?

Calcium builds up on the valve

With age heart valves may accumulate calcium deposits.

Birth defect

Some people are born with an aortic valve that has only one or two leaflets instead of three. This may not cause any problems until adulthood, at which time the valve may begin to narrow or leak.

Rheumatic fever

This may result in scar tissue on the aortic valve, which can narrow it or an create a rough surface where calcium deposits can collect.

Radiation therapy

In rare cases, calcification of the aortic valve can occur more quickly in patients who have received radiation treatment to the chest.

What are the treatment options in TAVR?

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)

TAVR may be an option for people who have been diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis, depending on their risk for open heart surgery. TAVR is a less-invasive procedure than open heart surgery. This procedure uses a catheter to implant a new valve within your diseased aortic valve.

What happens during the TAVR (transcatheter aortic valve replacement) procedure ?

A transcatheter aortic valve replacement procedure (TAVR) is less invasive than open heart surgery. The entire procedure typically takes approximately 1–2 hours. Your heart team will determine whether you should have a mild sedative or general anesthesia.

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement recovery time ?

After your procedure, you may spend a day or more in the intensive care unit (ICU) and another day or two in a patient room. Most patients begin walking within a day or two of their TAVR procedure.

What is the heart valve surgery cost in Mumbai, India?

Heart Valve surgery cost ranges starts from 12 lakhs to 20 lakhs depend upon which valve is prefer Indian or Imported one.

What is the heart valve price in Mumbai, India?

Heart Valve price in India ranges from 12 lakhs to 20 lakhs depend on doctor opinion.

TAVI Treatment in Mumbai, India?

Dr Ganesh Kumar, Senior Consultant Interventional Cardiologist is full time at Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital at Powai is having experience of more than 25 years. He is known as the best TAVI doctor in Mumbai.
With the best TAVI doctor in Mumbai, Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital, Powai has the most advanced Cathlab-Phillips Azurion-First Ceiling mounted, 20inch detector, and Cath lab system in the Western part of India.

Cath lab has numerous world class features as mentioned below

1. For World Class expertise in Cardiac procedure

Coronary Angiography & Angioplasty.
Structural Heart Interventions -TAVI, Pacemaker & Electrophysiology.

TAVI doctor in Mumbai

Dr. A V Ganesh Kumar heads the Department of Cardiology at Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital in Mumbai since 2004, where he practices as a Senior Consultant and Interventional Cardiologist. He completed his medical studies from Seth G S Medical College and KEM Hospital in Mumbai, and has extensive experience of over 15 years at several prestigious hospitals and well-renowned for performing best Tavi surgery in Mumbai. Dr. Ganesh Kumar obtained a Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology, at the Rambam Medical Centre, Haifa, Israel.
Tavi surgery in Mumbai are performed only by trained professionals and centres which has a complete heart team to treat this condition. Dr Ganesh Kumar did his first TAVR procedure in the year 2017 and since then has given a new improved life to patients. Most of his patients are in their higher 70s and 80s and have been able to lead a much improved and healthy and active life after this procedure.

After your heart valve replacement

Before you leave the hospital, our team of best heart valve surgeons in India will explain what kinds of activities you can do, if you need to take medication, and when you will need to see your doctor again.

Tavr follow-up visits

To monitor your transcatheter aortic valve replacement recovery, you should return to the valve clinic to have your heart valve checked at 30 days and 1 year after your procedure. If you have concerns, discomfort, or changes in your health, be sure to let your doctor know right away.

2. Open Heart Surgical Aortic Valve Replacement

This is another option for treating severe aortic stenosis

TAVR is better than surgery; a less invasive, catheter-based technique for replacing the diseased aortic valve. Around the world, TAVR has helped people suffering from severe aortic stenossi to lead alife they have wanted to live.

What are the benefits of TAVR?

  • Faster Recovery
  • Shorter length of hospital stays
  • Better quality of life

Who is the best heart valve surgeons in India?

Questions to Ask Your Doctor

  • Am i a candidate for transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR)?
  • What tests do i need?
  • How soon will i need treatment?
  • What are the risks associated with not having my aortic valve replaced?
  • How long will i be in the hospital for TAVR vs open heart surgery?
  • What will the recovery be like for TAVR vs open heart surgery?
  • What restrictions and/or medications, if any, would i be on after the procedure for TAVR vs open heart surgery?
  • How frequently will i need to have follow-up visits for TAVR vs open heart surgery?

For Coordination

Mr Nirmal Sadhuka 

[Clinic Coordinator]
9819240380
022 25763595 / 25763298

Our Team

FAQ's

Over the last decade, multiple studies and clinical trials have proven the use of TAVI/TAVR in high risk patients and demonstrated encouraging clinical outcomes. This then lead to comparing the use of the TAVI/TAVR technology in intermediate risk patients and compare it with the standard of care i.e Surgical Aortic Valve Replacement.

TAVI/TAVR in intermediate-risk patients was superior at 1 year to surgical valve replacement, with lower rates of death, strokes, and the composite endpoint of death, strokes, and moderate to severe aortic regurgitation combined. Moreover, other infrequent but nonetheless important procedure-related complications, including coronary occlusion, annulus rupture, and device embolization were also decreased after TAVI/TAVR at 30 days.

Compared to surgery, TAVI/TAVR also yielded significantly lower rates of acute kidney injury, severe bleeding events and new onset atrial fibrillation. TAVI/TAVR patients spent less time in the hospital overall b the average time in the ICU was about two days with TAVI/TAVR versus four days with surgery, and the average hospitalization for TAVI/TAVR was six days compared to nine days with surgery.

TAVI/TAVR also appeared to improve the aortic valve areas more than surgery, meaning that the quality of the valves performance was better as measured by echocardiography during follow-up points through two years.

Factors that lead to such good clinical outcomes The role of the Heart team and the proper selection of the patients have contributed to excellent clinical outcomes of TAVI/TAVR. The improvement in device technology is not only making the adoption of the technology easier but also improving the short term as well long term clinical outcomes superior

TAVI/TAVR with the new generation valves demonstrates good clinical outcomes in patients with severe aortic stenosis who are at intermediate risk of surgical mortality.

Aortic stenosis is a build-up of calcium deposits on the valve, which causes it to narrow and reduce blood flow to the rest of your body.

  • Shortness of breadth
  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty walking short distances
  • Loss of consciousness episodes (Syncope)
  • Chest pain
  • No longer taking part in physical activities you used to enjoy. These could also be symptoms of heart failure. If you have any of these symptoms and have been diagnosed with heart failure, ask your doctor to also test for aortic stenosis. What are the risk factors for aortic stenosis?
  • Increase in age
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Smoking
  • Deformed aortic valve
  • Family history

Calcium builds up on the valve With age heart valves may accumulate calcium deposits.

Birth defect: Some people are born with an aortic valve that has only one or two leaflets instead of three. This may not cause any problems until adulthood, at which time the valve may begin to narrow or leak.

Rheumatic fever: This may result in scar tissue on the aortic valve, which can narrow it or an create a rough surface where calcium deposits can collect. Radiation therapy: In rare cases, calcification of the aortic valve can occur more quickly in patients who have received radiation treatment to the chest.

TAVR may be an option for people who have been diagnosed with severe aortic stenosis, depending on their risk for open heart surgery. TAVR is a less-invasive procedure than open heart surgery. This procedure uses a catheter to implant a new valve within your diseased aortic valve.

A Transcatheter aortic valve replacement procedure (TAVR) is less invasive than open heart surgery. The entire procedure typically takes approximately 1–2 hours. Your heart team will determine whether you should have a mild sedative or general anaesthesia.

After your procedure, you may spend a day or more in the intensive care unit (ICU) and another day or two in a patient room. Most patients begin walking within a day or two of their TAVR procedure.

Heart Valve surgery cost ranges starts from 12 lakhs to 20 lakhs depend upon which valve is prefer Indian or Imported one.

Heart Valve price in India ranges from 12 lakhs to 20 lakhs depend on doctor opinion.

For Coordination Call:
Mr. Nirmal Sadhuka [Clinic Coordinator]
9819240380
022 25763595 / 25763298

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