Over 97,000 Australians have severe Aortic Stenosis

Local data from the National Echo Database of Australia (NEDA) shows that 97,379 Australians have severe Aortic Stenosis.1

The burden of moderate to severe Aortic Stenosis in Australia is projected to grow to 200,000 patients in 2031 and 266,000 in 2051.2

The survival rate of untreated severe aortic stenosis (AS) is worse than a lot of metastatic cancers, including lung, colorectal, breast, ovarian and prostate cancers.3

Without proper and timely intervention, your severe aortic stenosis patients may die within 2 years.4

Chance of living without aortic valve replacement (AVR)4

Planning for aortic valve replacement (AVR) as soon as symptoms occur gives SAS patients the best possible chance at survival. Without proper and timely intervention, your SAS patient's risk of death increases.4,5

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