Innovation & TechKFSH&RC Successfully Performs Five TPV Replacements

KFSH&RC Successfully Performs Five TPV Replacements

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Riyadh: King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre (KFSH&RC) has successfully performed five pulmonary valve replacements using the advanced Harmony Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve (TPV) procedure. This innovative approach offers a viable alternative to open-heart surgery, marking a significant advancement in cardiac care within the region. It serves as a testament to the hospital’s commitment to redefining the overall patient experience by successfully minimizing recovery periods and shortening hospital stays.

This procedure is novel in the Middle East, and it specifically addresses individuals with heart valve diseases and congenital heart defects, which were previously untreatable through conventional catheterization techniques. Typically, these patients had to undergo open-heart surgery, entailing a prolonged recovery period of three months before returning to regular activities. Notably with TPV, patients, aged between 12 and 34, were discharged within 48 hours.

This achievement is part of the ongoing efforts of KFSH&RC to provide innovative healthcare solutions and emerge as a global hub for specialized healthcare. This commitment to excellence encompasses enhancing patient experiences and improving operational efficiency in line with Saudi Vision 2030’s Health Sector Transformation Program.

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Considered among the most prominent in the world, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre is a pioneer in innovation, providing tertiary healthcare, and serving as an advanced medical research and education center. It also seeks to develop medical technologies and raise health care worldwide in partnership with prominent local, regional, and international institutions. To achieve world-class service in the clinical, research, and educational fields.

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