Long-Term Outcomes of Bovine versus Porcine Mitral Valve Replacement: A Multicenter Analysis.
INTRODUCTION: Recent national guidelines recommending mitral valve replacement (MVR) for severe secondary mitral regurgitation have resulted in an increased utilization of mitral bioprosthesis. There is a paucity of data on how longitudinal clinical outcomes vary by prosthesis type. We examined long-term survival and risk of reoperation between patients having bovine vs. porcine MVR.
RESULTS: In the overall cohort, patients receiving porcine valves were more likely to have diabetes (19% bovine vs. 29% porcine;
CONCLUSIONS: In this multicenter analysis of patients undergoing bioprosthetic MVR, there was no difference in perioperative complications and risk of reoperation of long-term survival after matching.
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Broadwin, M., Ramkumar, N., Malenka, D. J., Quinn, R. D., Ross, C. S., Hirashima, F., Klemperer, J. D., Kramer, R. S., Sardella, G. L., Westbrook, B., Discipio, A. W., Iribarne, A., & Robich, M. P. (2023). Long-Term Outcomes of Bovine versus Porcine Mitral Valve Replacement: A Multicenter Analysis. Cardiology research and practice, 2023, 2111843. https://doi.org/10.1155/2023/2111843
Medicine and Health Sciences
Department of Surgery, Department of Surgery Residents