A prosthesis replaces a bodily component that might have been amputated, lost in an accident, or missing from birth. As part of their treatment for cancer, diabetes, or a serious illness, many amputees lost a limb. An artificial device called an artificial heart valve is surgically placed into the heart to start replacing a broken heart valve. Tricuspid, pulmonary, mitral, and aortic valves are among the four present in the human heart. The four heart valves make sure that blood is pushed in the right direction as the heart contracts, which aids in the heart's normal operation. For native heart valves that need repair due to malfunction, prosthetic heart valves are utilized more frequently. They may be broadly divided into three groups: homograft, bioprosthetic valves, and mechanical heart valves.
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