Coronary Artery Intervention

Coronary artery disease is a condition involving narrowed or blocked blood heart vessels. Depending on the severity and location of your blockages, our specialists will advise on the appropriate treatment option for you. 

In general, mild narrowing can be treated with medication. Severe narrowing of the arteries may require intervention with ballooning (angioplasty), stent implantation or surgical bypass operation.

What is it

A TAVI is usually done through a small incision in the groin and is a good option for people who cannot undergo open-heart surgery. Studies show that it is as good as or even better than open-heart surgery for most patients.

Your doctor may recommend it for

  • Replacing a narrowed heart valve (Aortic Stenosis) without open surgery
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