Conservative, surgical, and percutaneous treatment for mitral regurgitation shortly after acute myocardial infarction

Eur Heart J

2 September Sep 2021 16 days ago
  • Gennari M

Severe mitral regurgitation (MR) following acute myocardial infarction (MI) is associated with high mortality rates and has inconclusive recommendations in clinical guidelines. We aimed to report the international experience of patients with secondary MR following acute MI and compare the outcomes of those treated conservatively, surgically, and percutaneously.

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Conservative, surgical, and percutaneous treatment for mitral regurgitation shortly after acute myocardial infarction. Haberman D, Estévez-Loureiro R, Benito-Gonzalez T, Denti P, Arzamendi D, Adamo M, Freixa X, Nombela-Franco L, Villablanca P, Krivoshei L, Fam N, Spargias K, Czarnecki A, Pascual I, Praz F, Sudarsky D, Kerner A, Ninios V, Gennari M, Beeri R, Perl L, Wasserstrum Y, Danenberg H, Poles L, George J, Caneiro-Queija B, Scianna S, Moaraf I, Schiavi D, Scardino C, Corpataux N, Echarte-Morales J, Chrissoheris M, Fernández-Peregrina E, Di Pasquale M, Regueiro A, Vergara-Uzcategui C, Iñiguez-Romo A, Fernández-Vázquez F, Dvir D, Maisano F, Taramasso M, Shuvy M. Eur Heart J. 2021 Aug 31:ehab496. doi: 10.1093/eurheartj/ehab496

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