Medical cardiology services also provides standard and advanced medical care for animals with heart disease including:
Who Qualifies: Dogs with naturally-occurring, end-stage, medically-refractory (stage D), degenerative mitral regurgitation that are between 8 and 18 kg. and do not have other serious non-cardiac diseases.
More information: This is an early feasibility clinical trial of a novel, minimally invasive beating heart mitral replacement surgery in dogs affected with severe degenerative mitral valve diseases. Please see the TAMVR Information Sheet for more information.
View a video explaining the MitralSeal Canine Mitral Valve Replacement Technology.
Please email Dr. Tracy Webb to enroll.
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