Is aortic stenosis a critical disease?

Aortic stenosis often starts as a disease with no or mild symptoms.1

This might make you think that your condition is not serious.

However, without timely action, it may become serious.1

The good news is that aortic stenosis is treatable.2

The sooner your aortic stenosis is treated, the better your chances of a full recovery.2

Unless treated, only 1 in 2 persons with severe aortic stenosis will survive longer than 2 years.3

Do not delay your aortic stenosis treatment.
Visit your doctor today!

1. American Heart Association. Aortic Stenosis Overview. Available at: Accessed 25 Oct 2023.
2. Cleveland Clinic. Aortic Valve Stenosis. Available at: Accessed 25 Oct 2023.
3. Otto C. Heart. 2000;84:211-218.