Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)

Procedure and performance

From the design to the procedure, the Evolut™ TAVR platform was developed to help you get your patients back to their active lifestyles.

The Evolut TAVR advantage

Our valve is designed to drive favorable patient outcomes through procedural excellence and sustained hemodynamics over time.

Evolut FX transcatheter aortic valve being deployed using the Evolut TAVR/TAVI implant procedure

Precision and control

Specifically developed to enhance procedural consistency, the Evolut TAVR implant procedure with cusp overlap technique facilitates implant depth accuracy1 and predictable valve deployment. Additional procedural techniques such as flush port at 3 o'clock help to achieve commissural alignment that may facilitate future coronary access.2

Coronary access

Future coronary access is feasible with the Evolut platform. See how you can keep future treatment options open by leveraging the design of the valve frame and following our procedural techniques.2

Evolut transcatheter aortic valve with catheter accessing the coronary

Durability starts with design

The Evolut TAVR platform is built on the original CoreValve™ platform, which pioneered the design elements that enable excellent hemodynamic performance. See how we designed for durability.

TAVR risks may include, but are not limited to, death, stroke, damage to the arteries, bleeding, and need for permanent pacemaker.



Grubb KJ, Gada H, Mittal S, et al. Clinical Impact of Standardized TAVR Technique and Care Pathway: Insights From the Optimize PRO Study. JACC Cardiovasc Interv. March 13, 2023;16(5):558-570.


Tang GHL, Zaid S, Fuchs A, et al. Alignment of Transcatheter Aortic-Valve Neo-Commissures (ALIGN TAVR): Impact on Final Valve Orientation and Coronary Artery Overlap. JACC Cardiovasc Interv. May 11, 2020;13(9):1030–1042.