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The preliminary diagnosis of my aunt: rheumatism, the combined aortal valvular disease, bicuspid aortic valve. She is waiting for her turn for surgery. Our friends told us about new non-surgical method of heart restoration and rejuvenation by Aliaksandr Haretski from Poland. Did anybody use this method of heart treatment?
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replied August 4th, 2010
Hello,
Welcome to the forum and I am really glad to help you out.

In patients who have got bicuspid aortic valve usually remain asymptomatic till there’s a narrowing of the valve or leakiness of the valve.

Presently, the only way to rectify the problem is a surgical replacement of the aortic valve.

This can be done in 2 ways. Either by open heart surgery or in a few places a minimally invasive aortic valve replacement is done.

However, this minimally invasive procedure is not yet approved and is not done at many centers. I am not aware of the polish doctor and the procedure he’s doing.

He might be doing the non-invasive aortic valve replacement. The valve which is put is either a mechanical valve or a bioprosthetic valve. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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