Resources for patients and families
When you experience the symptoms of severe aortic stenosis, seeking the help of a medical professional is important.
To educate you about your options to treat severe aortic stenosis, here are some resources that you may find helpful.
Considering a TAVR procedure
Severe aortic stenosis and the valve replacement procedure:
A guide for patients and their families
An estimated 1.5 million people in the U.S. suffer from aortic stenosis.1 Learn more about treatment options, Protected TAVR™ with SENTINEL, and questions to ask your doctor.
Why is Protected TAVR important?
The SENTINEL CPS is designed to capture embolic debris and help protect you from the risk of stroke during the TAVR procedure. Watch this animation to learn about cerebral embolic protection and SENTINEL CPS for Protected TAVR.
Why consider cerebral embolic protection?
To these cardiologists, the question isn’t “Why you would want Protected TAVR — it’s why wouldn’t you?” Hear the experts’ opinions on why cerebral embolic protection is important for you.
Find a SENTINEL CPS center near you
Not every hospital that performs TAVR offers cerebral embolic protection . Find a medical center near you that offers Protected TAVR with the SENTINEL Cerebral Protection System.
Hope in the heart of Texas
Dr. Jim McCutchon, a retired urologist from Corpus Christi, Texas, learned he needed to have a Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) procedure. After researching benefits and risks with a TAVR procedure he elected to have Protected TAVR with the SENTINEL CPS System. Hear Jim's story.
Like a dream come true
Peter Poulos was relieved to know he wouldn’t need open heart surgery to replace his diseased aortic valve. But he worried about the chance of a stroke during TAVR. When he learned that SENTINEL CPS could greatly minimize the risk, it was like a dream come true. Now he’s back to his old routine — and all of Atlanta benefits from this big-hearted man’s love for life. Hear Peter’s story.
Life after your TAVR procedure
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