“Any Questions For The World’s Leading Heart Valve Doctors?” Asks Adam

Starting tomorrow, I’ll be at the Heart Valve Summit in Chicago, Illinois. During the conference, I will be very fortunate to meet with several physicians that specialize in heart valve treatment including Dr. McCarthy, Dr. Chitwood, Dr. Bolling and Dr. Adams.

Do you have any questions about your diagnosis, your symptoms, the different types of valve surgery or anything else? If so, please leave a comment below or email me at adam@heartvalvesurgery.com.

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Keep on tickin!

Adam Pick
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  • Janet Williams

    How common is it for Robotic Mitral Valve repair to fail, and what are the most common reasons. Would a minimally envasive sternatomy proceedure be best for a re-repair instead of robotic?

  • Michael Dudeney

    Aorta valve replacement and cold weather. I am 80 years old. Fairly fit. I have an aorta valve replacement. Will playing golf in cold weather be a bad thing to do? Increase blood pressure….? Always windy in the golf course I play at – bit of windchill. It is sometimes below freezing, often about eight centigrade. Looking at a windchill chart, eight centigrade and 10 mph wind (which is not much) would feel like around seven centigrade!
    Any guidance would be much appreciated.

  • Michael Dudeney

    Answer via e-mail OK for my request about aorta valve replacement and cold.

  • Michael Dudeney

    Aorta valve replacement and cold. I have an aorta valve replacement 80 years old. Fairly fit. Will playing golf in cold weather be a bad think to do? Increase blood pressure … ? Always windy in the golf course I play at- bit of windchill. It is sometimes below freezing, often about eight degrees centigrade. Looking at a windchill chart, eight centigrade and 10 mph wind (which is not much) would feel like seven centigrade!
    Any guidance would be much appreciated.

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