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How does alcohol affect someone who has aortic valve stenosis?
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Dr. Eric Toloza
Surgery - Thoracic
2 doctors agree
In brief: Heart & BP
Alcohol can contribute to atherosclerosis, which can cause or worsen aortic valve stenosis .
.. But more importantly, alcohol can affect blood pressure and heart rate and can make the symptoms of aortic stenosis worse ...

In brief: Heart & BP
Alcohol can contribute to atherosclerosis, which can cause or worsen aortic valve stenosis .
.. But more importantly, alcohol can affect blood pressure and heart rate and can make the symptoms of aortic stenosis worse ...
Dr. Eric Toloza
Dr. Eric Toloza
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Dr. Frank Mayo
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Adversely
Alcohol is usually a vasodilator.
For patiens with significant aortic stenosis a reduction in systemic blood pressure can have serious end organ consequences such as heart damage and kidney and brain problems.

In brief: Adversely
Alcohol is usually a vasodilator.
For patiens with significant aortic stenosis a reduction in systemic blood pressure can have serious end organ consequences such as heart damage and kidney and brain problems.
Dr. Frank Mayo
Dr. Frank Mayo
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