Top 5 Questions About Today’s Patient Webinar
By Adam Pick on June 25, 2013
I’ve received several questions about “The Importance of Mitral Valve Repair Surgery for Patients” webinar that is scheduled for today. That said, I’m posting the 5 most common questions for your review.
1. Can I still register for the webinar?
Yes. Due to a great patient response, we just increased the registrations for another 100 people. You can register for the webinar by clicking here.
2. Can I use an iPad or iPhone to join the webinar?
Yes. When you register for the webinar, you will receive special directions to download an app for the webinar. You can also use any PC or Mac.
3. Is the webinar really live?
Yes. This is a live event in which you will gain direct access to Drs. Anyanwu and Varghese to learn about mitral valve disorders and mitral valve treatment — especially mitral valve repair surgery.
4. Can I ask questions before or during the webinar?
Yes. You can ask questions several ways. You can click here to leave a question as a comment. You can email me at email@example.com. Or, you can ask questions during the event.
5. Is the webinar free?
Yes. There is no fee to attend this event.
I hope that helps answers your questions. We currently have over 130 patients that are registered for the event.
Keep on tickin!
al morelli says on June 26th, 2013 at 9:23 am
I have mitral valve prolapse moderate to severe with regurgitation. both leaflets are involved. will it be more difficult to repair since both leaflets are damaged.
nancy says on June 26th, 2013 at 11:30 am
i had an ablation for afib april 2012 i was back in it in june 2012 and dec 2012 i just got out of hospital again yesteerday for afib i am having a cardiac cath done tues. dr\\\’s said in april 2013 its probably time for valve replacement could i be going into a fib and aflutter from my mitral valve? does this mean it is probably time for the valve replacement. im very nervous as they want to uise a mechanical one i am 40 had open heart in 1975 for vsd and asd and cleft mitral valve they gave me a window in april of valve replacement of 6 months to 5 years why such a big gap?