TAVR is a new approach to treating aortic stenosis. The procedure replaces the aortic valve through a small incision in the groin. This technology enables our physicians to open arteries that were inaccessible just a few years ago. By replacing the valve via catheter through the femoral artery, it allows us to help those patients who are not candidates for open heart surgery.

James D. Mills, MD, FACC

Non-invasive Cardiologist, Heart and Vascular Institute - Morgantown; MD, Medicine; Non-Invasive Cardiologist, Heart and Vascular Institute - Grafton
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Kevin Tveter, MD

Assistant Professor, Surgery; Assistant Professor, WVU Cancer Institute Clinics; Assistant Professor, Heart and Vascular Institute - Morgantown
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