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Heart Valve Surgery Problems
If your father were my patient, I’d want to make sure his new valve is still working properly, and exclude coronary artery disease and/or some form of heart failure . The following tests would help figure things out apart from a full consult (cannot do without a proper examination by a cardiac specialist): a chest X ray, EKG, echocardiogram, some blood tests and possibly a cardiac stress test.
Hope this helps,
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