After Stroke, Delaying SAVR Cuts Risk for New Stroke

The recurrent-stroke risk truly spikes at surgical aortic valve replacement within 3 months of a prior stroke, say researchers of a cohort study, cautioning that such SAVR be delayed ‘at least 3 or 4 months.’

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