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    Collapse components for individual collapses or accordion groups, utilizing Bootstrap 4's collapse plugin.

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    The Collapse component c-collapse utilizes the Bootstrap 4 collapse plugin to hide and show content, or alternatively, a group of Collapse components with accordion functionality. This component give us discrete user interface style, but you could attach the required data attributes to any clickable element to trigger a collapse.

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    You'll need to include the Bootstrap 4 collapse plugin as a dependency in your project for collapse to function.

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    Accordion

    Collapse components can be grouped into accordions by specifying the [data-parent] attribute to the container element's id.

    You can also show the content of a collapse by adding the Bootstrap class show as demonstrated in the accordion below.

    How is Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Performed?

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    The patient remains under general anesthesia throughout the procedure and may be discharged from the hospital within 48 hours. There is no surgical wound beyond the small puncture mark where surgeons inserted the catheter. After the procedure, this is covered with a small adhesive strip.

    NewYork-Presbyterian physicians were the principal investigators of the national clinical trials establishing the effectiveness of this minimally invasive procedure.

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            How is Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Performed?
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            <p>During TAVR, surgeons insert a catheter into a blood vessel through a small incision in the patient's leg. They then guide it to the heart, where they carefully position the device in the valve and retract the catheter lorem ipsum amet dolor sit mel alem.
            <p>The patient remains under general anesthesia throughout the procedure and may be discharged from the hospital within 48 hours. There is no surgical wound beyond the small puncture mark where surgeons inserted the catheter. After the procedure, this is covered with a small adhesive strip.</p>
            <p>NewYork-Presbyterian physicians were the principal investigators of the national clinical trials establishing the effectiveness of this minimally invasive procedure.</p>
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            Do I Qualify for Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR)?
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            Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) at NYP
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    Collapse Bar

    The collapse bar component gives us a high impact user interface component, useful for situations like search filters or hidden important content.

    During TAVR, surgeons insert a catheter into a blood vessel through a small incision in the patient's leg. They then guide it to the heart, where they carefully position the device in the valve and retract the catheter lorem ipsum amet dolor sit mel alem.

    The patient remains under general anesthesia throughout the procedure and may be discharged from the hospital within 48 hours. There is no surgical wound beyond the small puncture mark where surgeons inserted the catheter. After the procedure, this is covered with a small adhesive strip.

    NewYork-Presbyterian physicians were the principal investigators of the national clinical trials establishing the effectiveness of this minimally invasive procedure.

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          How is Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Performed?
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          <p>During TAVR, surgeons insert a catheter into a blood vessel through a small incision in the patient's leg. They then guide it to the heart, where they carefully position the device in the valve and retract the catheter lorem ipsum amet dolor sit mel alem.
          <p>The patient remains under general anesthesia throughout the procedure and may be discharged from the hospital within 48 hours. There is no surgical wound beyond the small puncture mark where surgeons inserted the catheter. After the procedure, this is covered with a small adhesive strip.</p>
          <p>NewYork-Presbyterian physicians were the principal investigators of the national clinical trials establishing the effectiveness of this minimally invasive procedure.</p>
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