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Phenotyping patients with aortic stenosis using cluster analysis to determine mortality and suitability for transcatheter aortic valve replacement

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Doctor Jonathan Sen

Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, Melbourne (Australia)
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Challenges in transcatheter aortic valve intervention

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ESC Congress 2022

26 August - 29 August 2022

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