TAVR

The multidisciplinary team at Jersey Shore University Medical Center explains their approach to performing Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) – a minimally invasive procedure for patients living with critical aortic stenosis (AS). Hear Nelson LaMarche, M.D. of Monmouth Cardiology Associates, Renato Apolito, M.D., and Brook Dejene talk about how they are advancing this revolutionary procedure for people living in the region. To make an appointment to discuss TAVR with Dr. LaMarche, please call 732-663-0300

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