A 104-year-old patient in Jaipur receives a replacement heart valve.

104-year-old man had aortic stenosis and was experiencing chest pain and breathing problems . The patient had aortic stenosis, according to Amit Chaurasia, director of structural heart disease at the private hospital .

JAIPUR: Medical professionals at a municipal hospital replaced a 104-year-old man's heart valve using a non-surgical procedure called transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), in which the chest is not opened.The patient had aortic stenosis, according to Amit Chaurasia, director of structural heart disease at the private hospital, and was experiencing chest pain and breathing problems.