Access a wealth of free resources for use in your clinical practice and supporting information for your patients. The materials come in many different formats from downloads and videos, to physical leaflets and models. All physical resources are currently available only for health care professionals in Europe, except France. Search below to find out more.
2021 ESC/EACTS Guidelines for Valvular Heart Disease
Receive your free ESC/EACTS Pocket Guidelines for VHD
Edwards TAVI study compendium
In-depth summary of the key Edwards Lifescience TAVI studies.
Heart anatomy guide
Patient guide that helps explain the anatomy and function of the heart.
PARTNER 3 Trial outcomes summary
Infographic comparing SAPIEN 3 TAVI with sAVR in patients with severe aortic stenosis at low surgical risk.
Aortic stenosis - 3d heart valve model
Tactile models to help patients see and feel the difference between a normal heart valve and one with aortic stenosis.
Aortic stenosis symptom tracker
A patient diary to assist in recording and monitoring symptoms, which can be brought along to future clinical consultations.
Tips for caregivers
A summary of helpful tips for carers and families to support patients living with aortic stenosis.
TAVI durability overview
A summary of the current durability data (up to 8 years) for TAVI valves.
Aortic stenosis overview
Summarises the aetiology of aortic stenosis and its clinical evaluation, including the ESC/EACTS guidelines and treatment practices.
Healthcare system benefits
A summary of the impact of TAVI on the healthcare system and hospital resources.
What is TAVI? - Brochure For patients
A patient guide that explains the differences between TAVI and surgical valve replacement.
ESC/EACTS 2021 AS guideline flowchart
Graphic summary of the ESC/EACTS 2021 treatment guidelines.
Optimising echocardiography to support aortic stenosis assessment and severity grading
Medical device for professional use. For a listing of indications, contraindications, precautions, warnings, and potential adverse events, please refer to the Instructions for Use (consult eifu.edwards.com where applicable).