Here is the Proven Minimally Invasive / Scarless method to replace Thickened Aortic Valve without major open-heart surgery.


How to recover after Aortic Valve Replacement in 3 days

After an aortic valve replacement, you should expect to be in the hospital for about three to four days depending on the patient's recovery.

The patient will be walking the very next day of surgery and discharged a day after. In TAVR, the patient can go home after 48 hours of the procedure. Unlike open heart surgery, there's no chest cutting or stitches and no anesthesia involved.

What is Aortic Valve Stenosis?

When the aortic valve of the heart narrows, it is known as aortic stenosis. The valve doesn't fully open, which reduces or obstructs blood flow from your heart into your body's main artery (aorta) and to the rest of your body.

The severity of your condition will determine how you are treated. A surgical procedure might be necessary to replace or repair the valve. Serious aortic valve stenosis can be fatal if untreated. When the aortic valve of the heart narrows, it is known as aortic stenosis.

The valve doesn't fully open, which reduces or obstructs blood flow from your heart into your body's main artery (aorta) and to the rest of your body.


Aortic valve stenosis symptoms and signs could include:
  • Unusual heartbeat (heart mumble) detected with a stethoscope.
  • Angina-like chest pain or discomfort.
  • Experiencing weakness, drowsiness, or blackouts when moving.
  • Windedness, especially after being active.
  • Weakness, especially throughout seasons of increased movement
  • Rapid, erratic heartbeat (palpitations).
  • Failing to eat enough (chiefly in youngsters with aortic valve stenosis)
  • Failing to gain enough weight (primarily in youngsters with aortic valve stenosis).

The cardiovascular collapse might result from aortic valve stenosis. Signs and symptoms of cardiovascular breakdown include fatigue, windedness, and enlarged lower legs and feet.

Why is TAVR/ TAVI/ Aortic Valve Replacement done?

TAVR is a revolutionary new heart valve treatment that is most commonly used to treat a tight aortic valve, also known as aortic stenosis. TAVR stands for 'transcatheter aortic valve replacement.' TAVI stands for 'transcatheter aortic valve implantation.' TAVI and TAVR are synonyms. Transcatheter aortic valve replacement is a procedure that is performed through a small tube (or catheter) rather than open-heart surgery.

Aortic valve stenosis is treated with Transcatheter Aortic Valve Substitution (TAVR). Aortic valve stenosis, also known as aortic stenosis, occurs when the aortic valve of the heart thickens and becomes firm (calcifies). As a result, the valve cannot fully open, and blood flow to the body is reduced.

More Than 90% Of Our TAVR Patients Are Home After 24-48 Hours

Solution : TAVR/TAVI

TAVR procedure

Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) is a minimally invasive heart procedure used to replace a thickened aortic valve that can't fully open (aortic valve stenosis). The aortic valve is located between the left lower heart chamber (left ventricle) and the main course of the body (aorta). If the valve does not open correctly, blood flow from the heart to the body is diminished.



TAVR can help restore blood flow and reduce the symptoms and side effects of aortic valve stenosis, such as chest pain, windedness, swooning, and exhaustion.

Benefits of TAVR

Individuals who are at risk of complications from careful aortic valve replacement may benefit from TAVR (open-heart medical procedure). The decision to treat aortic stenosis with TAVR is made following a discussion with a team of heart and heart medical procedure subject matter experts who collaborate to determine the best therapy option for you.

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Dr. Amit Bhushan Sharma

Director and Unit Head Cardiology at Paras Hospitals, Gurgaon.
27+ years of experience

  • DM Cardiology from prestigious KEM Hospital, Mumbai.
  • Complex angioplasty fellowship from Mount Sinai School of Medicine at New York, USA.
  • Fellowship in Electrophysiology, Pacing and Devices from Michigan State University Lansing.
  • Pediatric Device Fellowship from Hanoi Heart Center Vietnam.
cardiologist in gurgaon
  • More than 20000 Angioplasties done through the wrist.
  • More than 3000 pacemakers, AICD, CRTD, implants.
  • Pioneer of Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement(TAVR) in India without general anesthesia.
  • Over thousand patients treated with Varicose vein and diabetic foot.
  • Expert in the world's smallest capsule size pacemaker - no scars, no incisions, no infection.
  • Awarded as best cardiologist under 50 in gurugram, 3 times in Times by Media.
Special Skills
  • He kick started the paras cardiologist programme first ever TAVR done in 2016. Now has more than 30 TAVR to his credit and done without the help of general anesthesia.
  • He started the world's smallest pacemaker, Micra programme in 2017 and has trained more than 50 cardiologists from all over India and from South Asia, Middle East for Micra training.
  • Under his leadership in Paras hospital, he started the latest generation rotablation called ROTA PRO which has recently been launched in India.
  • He was among the first in the country, started with shock wave lithotripsy in care of calcified blockage, hence avoiding bypass surgery.
  • First cardiologist in the country to have implanted largestASD device 42m in the country(closed hole in heart without surgery).

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Many patients with heart conditions have been treated by him in India and received excellent medical care. Since he earned his MD degree, he provided the best treatment for diagnosis and compassionate care to adults across an extremely broad spectrum, from health to complex illness.

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What if you don't go for TAVR in spite of having Aortic Valve Stenosis ?

If left untreated, severe aortic stenosis can lead to sudden Cardiac Death. This is indicated by unusual exhaustion, windedness, and enlargement of your lower legs and feet. It can also cause heart rhythm problems (arrhythmias) and, surprisingly, sudden cardiovascular death.

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FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions

Recovery time is undoubtedly a significant advantage of the transcatheter aortic valve system for aortic stenosis over traditional medical procedures. The entrance site in the leg is a factor in the overall movement restriction. Patients frequently stand up for a few hours after the treatment and can begin to move around that same day.

In a TAVR procedure, the new valve replaces the old sick aortic valve by being placed directly inside the old valve and pounding the valve handouts out the way when it is sent. The old aortic valve pamphlets are pushed against the sidewall of the aorta, the primary vein that leaves the heart.

Usually, daily aspirin prescriptions are issued. Patients may receive a prescription for a blood thinner, for a few months following the procedure. After that, this can usually be stopped unless the patient requires it for another reason.

Okay, So, the thing is that TAVR valves have been shown to be long-lasting. There is no reason to believe they will not last as long as surgically implanted bioprosthetic valves, which have been shown to last 10-15 years. As with any heart valve, there are cases of early degeneration, and in these cases, a good option may be to place another TAVR valve inside the existing one, known as a TAVR valve in the TAVR valve procedure.

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