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Heart Valve Program

OHSU’s Heart Valve Program can treat all forms of heart valve disease. We care for high-risk patients and those who require advanced therapies that only a multi-disciplinary team of highly advanced specialists can provide - including options for patients previously thought to be untreatable. For appointments, call 503 494-1775.

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Heart Valve Program

Meet our heart valve team

Saurabh Gupta - OHSU Complex Valve ClinicDr. Saurabh Gupta is co-director of OHSU’s Heart Valve Clinic and director of Cardiac Catheterization. He is an expert in complex valvular heart disease and interventional cardiology.

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Treatment options for heart valve disease

If any of the heart’s four valves (aortic, mitral, pulmonary and tricuspid) become diseased or damaged, blood might not leave your heart at the normal rate, or might flow backwards into your heart. OHSU’s heart valve experts can treat all forms of heart valve disease, including regurgitation, stenosis, insufficiency, prolapse and endocarditis. Many treatment options are available to repair or replace valves, including:

  • Transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR)
  • Percutaneous pulmonary valve (Melody Valve) replacement
  • Minimally invasive valve surgery
  • Traditional valve surgery
  • Mitral valve repair
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Patient story - Don

Don TAVR - Aortic Stenosis

I had acute aortic stenosis. A normal heart valve is about the width of a quarter: Mine was a centimeter. My doctor said I should have open heart surgery, but I wanted to explore other options. A friend of mine had recently had transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), and said great things about it. 

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Locations

Center for Health & Healing

3303 SW Bond Avenue, 9th floor
Portland, OR 97239
Maps and parking

Physicians Pavilion

3147 SW Sam Jackson Park Road, 2nd floor
Portland, Oregon 97239
Maps and parking

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I have heart valve disease. Will I need surgery?

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For healthcare professionals

The OHSU Knight Cardiovascular Institute partners with providers around the region to care for patients with heart and vascular conditions. We provide continuing education, clinical trials, and resources for the practitioners we work with.

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MitraClip Mitral Valve Repair

TAVR Letter to Providers

TAVR Update