Giving a voice to people with heart valve disease.
Heart Valve Voice-US has put together resources for doctors and patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Heart Valve Voice-US is the only patient-led organization in the country that exclusively focuses on improving the diagnosis, treatment and management of heart valve disease.
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A healthy heart beats up to 100,000 times a day and pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood.Valve disease affects how well the heart works. Aortic and mitrial valve diseases are the most common.
Common symptoms of heart valve disease are often associated with other conditions and may be overlooked as a part of aging.
Fewer than half of Americans living with heart valve disease exhibit symptoms.
Although men and women suffer equally from heart valve disease, women are less likely to be diagnosed.
The Annual Impact of Heart Valve Disease in the US
What We Do
Heart Valve Voice US, a patient-led organization, exclusively focuses on improving the diagnosis, treatment and management of heart valve disease by advocating for early detection, meaningful support, and timely access to appropriate treatment for all people affected.
Raising awareness of the symptoms and severity of heart valve disease within at-risk and underserved populations so that it is no longer THE silent killer
Reducing the toll of heart valve disease by addressing barriers to diagnosis, treatment, and better health
Advocating for changes to facilitate timely detection, improved recognition and optimal treatment of heart valve disease across the US, particularly among underserved populations
Sharing credible, independent and realistic information to equip people with heart valve disease, physicians, and policymakers to reduce the burden of heart valve disease
Providing a voice for U.S. heart valve patients to improve access to timely access to appropriate diagnosis and treatment, improving quality of life and overall outcomes