“Mitral valve prolapse is more likely to be repaired successfully if operators perform the procedure at least 25 times a year, researchers found.”
New article, posted yesterday.
“Prevent Mitral Valve Prolapse Progression and Protect Your Heart” – everydayhealth.com
As we all deal with daily life with MVP, it’s important to remember that new people are being diagnosed all the time. The standards of diagnosis are much stricter these days, so generally newly diagnosed patients are much sicker. They have access to many more resources, but it’s no less scary or intimidating when dealing with a heart condition.
Carli’s story: nsucurrent.nova.edu
ALPIM syndrome: “There was a near-significant relationship between mitral valve prolapse and bipolar III disorder”
Full article: www.medscape.com
Although this isn’t about Mitral Valve Prolapse, it sure could be (for the most part)!
There’s a new video available, which helps explain the mitral valve and some of its potential problems. I’ve watched it and I think it’s very valuable since it offers a visual explanation of the valve and its function. Enjoy!
I wish I could really choose when I go to sleep and when I wake up! Mostly, I feel like my sleep is made up of a bunch of short naps.