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The research interests of Jeremy J. Thaden, M.D., focus primarily on valvular heart disease and the use of echocardiography as a diagnostic and prognostic tool. There is a growing burden of valvular heart disease in economically developed countries and Dr. Thaden is interested in the application of existing and novel echocardiographic techniques to improve diagnosis and management in this group.
Valvular heart disease is a growing public health problem in economically developed countries, and understanding and treatment options are rapidly evolving. Dr. Thaden's research efforts focus on improving the understanding of heart valve disease to better optimize and individualize therapies for these patients.
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