UNDERSTAND YOUR THERAPY OPTIONS FOR RESTORING PULMONARY VALVE FUNCTION
If you were born with congenital heart disease (CHD), you may have already had an operation affecting your pulmonary valve. Transcatheter pulmonary valve (TPV) therapy could help delay your next one.
Melody™ TPV therapy is a non-surgical option to restore pulmonary valve function while postponing the need for open-heart surgery.
The tools on this page were developed to help you better understand CHD, treatment options, the Melody TPV procedure, and the importance of self-care.
Melody TPV AR App Tip Card
A user's guide for the Melody TPV augmented reality mobile app.
CHD Self-Care Animated Video
Watch a whiteboard animation about congenital heart disease (CHD) and the importance of self-care in preventing endocarditis.
Helping Mike Manage His Congenital Heart Disease
With illustrations and simplified text, this resource helps explain CHD, endocarditis, and self-care for younger patients.
Self-Care Tips for CHD Patients
Understand endocarditis risks and symptoms, self-care practices to prevent infection, and what to do if you suspect you have it.
Melody TPV Information for You and Your Family
This booklet contains information about congenital heart disease and Melody TPV therapy for patients and families.
FIND A physician WHO IMPLANTS MELODY
Use this tool to find a physician experienced in implanting the Melody TPV. Any one of these doctors can answer your questions about transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement and their experience with the Melody TPV.