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Your doctor will check your valve during your regular follow-up visits.
Talk with your doctor about what activities are safe for you.
If you need an MRI with a TAVR heart valve, be sure to inform your doctor. Not doing so could result in injury or death.
The Medtronic TAVR heart valve should not be used for patients who:
Be sure to discuss risks and benefits with
All medical procedures come with risks. Although complications from the Medtronic TAVR procedure are rare, they can include:
Be sure to discuss risks and benefits with you doctor. Only your doctor can determine if a TAVR is right for you.