COULD YOU HAVEAORTIC STENOSIS?WHAT IS AORTIC STENosis?Aortic stenosis (AS) is a serious and potentially life threateningcondition that develops when there is a buildup of calcium on theaortic valve. This causes the valve to become stenotic (stiff) and theopening smaller. As a result, your heart has to work harder and lessblood can be delivered to your bodyWHAT CAUSES AORTIC STENOSIS?Increased ageBirth defectsTalk to your doctor today to find outif you would benefit from a referralto the Valve Clinic.. Rheumatic Fever. Radiation TherapyBy consulting with the Prairie Heart InstituteValve Clinic team, you will have access toworld class, highly skilled interventional andnon-invasive cardiologists, cardiac surgeonscardiovascular imaging specialists, cardiacanesthesiologists and cardiac nurses workingtogether for your best outcome.WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF AORTIC STENosis?Palpitations or fast heart beat. Fatigue. Swelling of the lower legs or feetShortness of breath. Passing out or faintingChest pain or discomfortDecreased activity toleranceLightheadedness or dizzinessAfter the onset of symptoms, patients with severe aortic stenosishave a survival rate as low as 50% at 2 years and 20% at 5 yearswithout aortic valve replacement.PrairieFOR MORE INFORMATIONCALL 618.529.4455 EXT 66360STRUCTURAL HEART COORDINATOR, STEPHANIE KELLEY, RNHEART INSTITUTESouthern IllinoisHealthcarewww.sih.net/prairie02018

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COULD YOU HAVE AORTIC STENOSIS? WHAT IS AORTIC STENosis? Aortic stenosis (AS) is a serious and potentially life threatening condition that develops when there is a buildup of calcium on the aortic valve. This causes the valve to become stenotic (stiff) and the opening smaller. As a result, your heart has to work harder and less blood can be delivered to your body WHAT CAUSES AORTIC STENOSIS? Increased age Birth defects Talk to your doctor today to find out if you would benefit from a referral to the Valve Clinic. . Rheumatic Fever . Radiation Therapy By consulting with the Prairie Heart Institute Valve Clinic team, you will have access to world class, highly skilled interventional and non-invasive cardiologists, cardiac surgeons cardiovascular imaging specialists, cardiac anesthesiologists and cardiac nurses working together for your best outcome. WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF AORTIC STENosis? Palpitations or fast heart beat . Fatigue . Swelling of the lower legs or feet Shortness of breath . Passing out or fainting Chest pain or discomfort Decreased activity tolerance Lightheadedness or dizziness After the onset of symptoms, patients with severe aortic stenosis have a survival rate as low as 50% at 2 years and 20% at 5 years without aortic valve replacement. Prairie FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 618.529.4455 EXT 66360 STRUCTURAL HEART COORDINATOR, STEPHANIE KELLEY, RN HEART INSTITUTE Southern Illinois Healthcare www.sih.net/prairie 02018

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