Vascular complications after TAVI: Incidence and risk factors of failure

      The rate of vascular complications (VC) after TAVI significantly decreased because of the technological advancements and the lower profile of the delivery system. VCs are always associated with high mortality and morbidity rates and with an increase in the duration of hospitalization. The determination of the factors favoring these VCs relies mainly on the morphological analysis of the preoperative CT. The objective of this study was to describe the VCs observed after TAVI and to identify their risk factors.
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