If you have mild tricuspid valve disease, your condition will need to be monitored, but may not need immediate treatment. When symptoms become more severe, treatments may include:
Drugs may be prescribed to treat specific symptoms associated with tricuspid valve disease. These medications include:
- Drugs to control heart arrhythmias
- Vasodilators, which dilate blood vessels
If tricuspid valve disease is causing severe problems, surgery to repair or replace the defective valve may be required.
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