Survey TAVI 2021
Survey on geriatrician involvement in TAVI - Deadline March 31st 2022
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1.Please indicate your gender *
2.What is your medical specialty *
2.a - Please specify your specialty if not included in question 2
3.In which country do you currently practice medicine? *
3.a Please specify your country if not inlcuded in question 3
4.Please indicate your age *
5. How long have you been working in your current specialty? *
6. When thinking about all the patients you see and treat, approximately what share of your work is spent on acute care? *
6a. When thinking about all the patients you see and treat, approximately what share of your work is spent on long-term care? *
6b. When thinking about all the patients you see and treat, approximately what share of your work is spent on rehabilitation? *
7.How frequently do you manage older patients with aortic stenosis? *
8. In your experience, what symptoms have you encountered in patients with aortic stenosis ? *
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9. In the past three months, what proportion of patients with aortic stenosis have you seen approximately? *
10 - Approximately what percentage of the patients that you saw in the past three months presented MILD aortic stenosis? *
10a- Approximately what percentage of the patients that you saw in the past three months presented MODERATE aortic stenosis? *
10b - Approximately what percentage of the patients that you saw in the past three months presented SEVERE aortic stenosis? *
11. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Coronary artery disease) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11a. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Hypertension ) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11b. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Renal insufficiency) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11c. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Liver disease) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11d. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Stroke or transient ischemic attack) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11e. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Peripheral vascular disease) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11f. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Permanent atrial fibrillation) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11g. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Diabetes) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11h. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11i. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Cancer) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11j. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Anaemia) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11k. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Depression) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11l. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Cognitive impairment) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11m. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Fall during effort) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11n. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Sarcopenia) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
11o. In your clinical practice, how frequently are the following clinical conditions associated with comorbidities (Frailty) in patients with aortic stenosis? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
12. Among the patients with aortic stenosis that you saw in the past three months: what percentage have received medical treatment only up to this point in time, i.e. have never undergone surgery / other procedures to treat their aortic stenosis? *
12a. Among the patients with aortic stenosis that you saw in the past three months: What percentage have already undergone cardiac surgery to treat their aortic stenosis? *
12b. Among the patients with aortic stenosis that you saw in the past three months: What percentage have already undergone a transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) to treat their aortic stenosis? *
13. Please now assume that one of your patients with severe aortic valve stenosis might be suitable for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI). Would you know where to refer them? *
14. Where would you refer them? *
15. For patients with aortic stenosis who have the following conditions, which do you think would be the 3 most suitable for cardiac surgery ? Please select the top 3 for each. *
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15a. For patients with aortic stenosis who have the following conditions, which do you think would be the 3 most suitable for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI)? Please select the top 3 for each. *
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15b. For patients with aortic stenosis who have the following conditions, which do you think would be the 3 most suitable medical therapy? Please select the top 3 for each. *
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16. In the past 2 years, what proportion of patients with aortic stenosis have you referred for: cardiac surgery ? *
16a. In the past 2 years, what proportion of patients with aortic stenosis have you referred for: transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI)? *
16b. In the past 2 years, what proportion of patients with aortic stenosis have you referred for: ) medical therapy only? *
17. Only if you answerted 0 to question 16.a-  Why have you not referred any patients for a transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in the past 2 years?
17.a If you replied Other to question 17, please specify your answer hereafter
18. You mentioned you have referred patients (see answer from 16a) for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in the past 2 years. Up to now, what proportion of them have had no functional improvement?
18a. You mentioned you have referred patients (see answer from 16a) for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in the past 2 years. Up to now, what proportion of them have had Functional improvement observed within 3 months of procedure?
18b. You mentioned you have referred patients (see answer from 16a) for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in the past 2 years. Up to now, what proportion of them have had Functional improvement observed, longer than 3 months after procedure?
19.  You mentioned you have referred (see answer from 16a) patients for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in the past 2 years. Up to now, in what proportion have you detected an NYHA class improvement?
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20. You mentioned you have referred (see answer from 16a) patients for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in the past 2 years. Up to now, in what proportion have you detected cognitive improvement?
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21. You mentioned you have referred (see answer from 16a) patients for transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) in the past 2 years. Which of the following complications did you observe during the TAVI procedure?
21a. If you replied Other complications to question 21, please specify your answer hereafter
22. In your experience, to which extent are GERIATRICIANS involved in the management of a patient in the lead up to a TAVI procedure? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
22a. In your experience, to which extent are CARDIOLOGISTS involved in the management of a patient in the lead up to a TAVI procedure? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
22b. In your experience, to which extent are SURGEONS involved in the management of a patient in the lead up to a TAVI procedure? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
23. In your experience, to which extent are GERIATRICIANS involved the management of a patient after the TAVI procedure has been completed? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
23a. In your experience, to which extent are CARDIOLOGISTS involved the management of a patient after the TAVI procedure has been completed? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
23b. In your experience, to which extent are SURGEONS involved the management of a patient after the TAVI procedure has been completed? Please use a scale of 1-5, where 1 means “very rarely”, 2 means “rarely”, 3 means “sometimes”, 4 means “often”, and 5 means “very frequently”. *
24. Are you part of a multidisciplinary team for the management of patients who are considered for TAVI procedures? *
25. Please mark the members of the multidisciplinary team for the management of TAVI candidates: *
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26. Does patient age influence your decision to refer him/her for TAVI? *
If yes, please specify an age cut-off. You don´t refer for TAVI patients aged: *
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