An accurate echocardiogram is a key tool for diagnosis and evaluation of Aortic Stenosis (AS). A timely diagnosis and referral to a Heart Team is critical for people with symptomatic severe aortic stenosis.

Optimal imaging is crucial to determine timing of intervention for symptomatic SAS. Having a strong understanding of hemodynamic parameters, cutoffs, and challenges specific to SAS imaging is essential for accurate diagnoses.

Capture the right data, the first time

Cardiographers can lead the way in enabling precision and thoroughness in echo exams.

Echos advance better care

Echos are the link to proper care of patients with symptomatic severe aortic stenosis: before, during, and after diagnosis and treatment.

An everyday procedure with life-or-death impact

Comprehensive, accurate echo measurements can help physicians to make important clinical decisions.

Empower your team with advanced echo techniques that can lead to a treatment evaluation of severe aortic stenosis.

Discover the most commonly missed measures

Even tenured cardiologists and echocardiographers can benefit by learning the common mistakes and best practices.

Explore the impact of critical echo measures

Understand implications of underestimating the LVOT area and thus flow rate.

Give echo views greater anatomical context

Our educational program provides in-depth review of echos coupled with anatomical views that can enhance echo capture.

Collaborate with Edwards to optimize echo assessments and interventions for your SAS patients

Access resources designed to help strengthen echocardiographic assessments by addressing common challenges and providing special considerations specific to severe aortic stenosis.

More TAVR patient resources

Dedicated to cardiologists, this hub includes information on echocardiography, materials for patients and more information about trancatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).

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