Aortic valve replacement
The aortic valves are in the heart to keep blood flowing in the right direction. Valves may be faulty at birth, or become damaged due to illness. Learn how to prepare for the procedure and what to expect.
Complications of a heart attack
Heart attack can result in additional complications. Find out about common problems from the information and resources on this page.
Controlling coronary heart disease
If you are living with coronary heart disease, making healthy lifestyle choices can greatly reduce your risk of further heart problems. Find out more here.
5 ways to reduce your risk of heart disease
Nine in 10 Australians have at least one risk factor for heart disease, but there are ways to reduce your risk, keep your heart healthy, and raise awareness and funds for research.
Heart problems and cardiovascular health
Trusted information on heart and cardiovascular health, plus links to trusted resources.
Heart disease surgery
Trusted information about heart disease surgery from leading Australian health organisations, including links to cardiovascular disease.
Heart disease statistics
Trusted information on heart and cardiovascular disease statistics, plus links to trusted resources.
Aortic stenosis is a heart condition affecting the aortic valve. The aortic valve is like a one-way door leading out of the heart. In aortic stenosis, the opening is narrowed, making it harder for the heart to pump blood through the valve. This page explains how aortic stenosis sometimes leads to problems like heart failure.
The heart pumps blood around the body to supply tissues with nutrition and oxygen. Find out about how it works and common conditions of the heart.
Trusted information on heart attacks including what they are, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, prevention, treatments, and living with heart attacks.