Photo of smiling adult female and male seniors, post-TAVR, who are standing up and doing yoga in class

SUPERIOR HEMODYNAMICS

Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) is now an option for symptomatic severe aortic stenosis patients at low risk for surgery.
Animation of Evolut Pro TAVR showing the three leaflets opening and closing into the aorta

Evolut TAVR Platform

Evolut™ TAVR is the only TAVR device to demonstrate hemodynamic superiority in a low risk clinical trial vs. SAVR at one year.1

Learn about hemodynamics

SUPERIOR EOAs

Evolut TAVR 2.3 cm2 vs. SAVR 2.0 cm2

15% Larger EOAs

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SUPERIOR Gradients 

Evolut TAVR 8.6 mm Hg vs. SAVR 11.2 mm Hg

23% Lower Gradients 

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SAFE and EFFECTIVE

As demonstrated by all-cause mortality or disabling stroke, noninferior to SAVR at 24 months1

5.3% TAVR vs. 6.7% SAVR
n = 1,468

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Evolut TAVR compared to SAVR

Evolut TAVR showed lower mortality, fewer disabling strokes, and fewer heart failure rehospitalizations compared to SAVR2

A graph compares TAVR to SAVR over a one year period and calcuates the estimated KM rates from zero to 12%. The graph indicates that Evolut TAVR composite rate is 5.5 percent and the SAVR rate is 10.2%. This is 45% lower for the Evolut TAVR platform and is a difference of  negative four point five percent with a P value of .002

FASTER RETURN TO AN ACTIVE LIFE

  • EVOLUT TAVR SUPERIOR TO SAVR
    in self-reported KCCQ measures at 30 days1
  • 58% SHORTER HOSPITAL STAY
    with TAVR procedures vs. SAVR procedures2
  • LOWER RATES OF HEART FAILURE REHOSPITALIZATION
    with Evolut TAVR vs. SAVR at one year2
A senior male TAVR patient who is happy and giving his girlfriend a side hug at the beach

References

1

Popma JJ, Deeb GM, Yakubov SJ, et al. Transcatheter Aortic-Valve Replacement with a Self-Expanding Valve in Low-Risk Patients. N Engl J Med. May 2, 2019;380(18):1706-1715.

2

Reardon MJ. The Evolut Low Risk Trial. Presented at ACC 2019; New Orleans, LA.