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Understanding medical management of aortic stenosis

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Key takeways Medical management of aortic stenosis can’t cure or delay its progression. Nursing expertise aids in maintaining the often precarious hemodynamic stability of patients with aortic stenosis. If patient’s aren’t eligible or refuse aortic valve replacement or transcutaneous AVR, focus treatment on optimizing cardiac function, preventing exacerbations, minimizing complications, and managing comorbid conditions.  …

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