Catheter-based aortic valve implantation (TAVI) is still a relatively recent procedure for the implantation of aortic valves. It offers our patients considerable benefits in comparison with the conventional methods of treatment previously used. It simplifies matters for the doctor carrying out the operation, and means that you as a patient face a much reduced risk.
What happens during a catheter-based aortic valve implantation? What are the risks, and what are the prospects of success? You will find answers to these questions below.