A REVIEW ON PATIENTS WITH AORTIC REGURGITATION: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, INVESTIGATIONS AND TREATMENT

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OMAR ELSAKA
MONEER AYMAN NOURELDEAN
MOHAMED ADEL GAMIL
MOSTAFA TAREK GHAZALI
ASHRAF HAMADA ABD AL-RAZIK
DALIA HISHAM

Abstract

Background: Aortic regurgitation occurs when the aortic valve fails to close properly during diastole, allowing blood to flow backward through the valve. This condition can develop as a result of aortic root dilatation or as a result of a native valvular illness. This activity examines the diagnosis and treatment of aortic regurgitation, emphasizing the importance of the interprofessional team inpatient care.

Conclusion: The goal of this review article is to describe the pathophysiology of aortic regurgitation, outline the physical exam findings of aortic regurgitation, explain the treatment options for aortic regurgitation, and review the importance of collaboration and communication among interprofessional team members to improve outcomes for patients with aortic regurgitation.

Keywords:
Aortic regurgitation, echocardiography, surgical therapy, TAVR, aortic angiography

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ELSAKA, O., NOURELDEAN, M. A., GAMIL, M. A., GHAZALI, M. T., AL-RAZIK, A. H. A., & HISHAM, D. (2022). A REVIEW ON PATIENTS WITH AORTIC REGURGITATION: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, INVESTIGATIONS AND TREATMENT. Asian Journal of Advances in Research, 12(2), 1-14. Retrieved from http://mbimph.com/index.php/AJOAIR/article/view/2738
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