Clinical outcomes following radial versus femoral artery access in primary or rescue percutaneous coronary intervention in Scotland: retrospective cohort study of 4534 patients.

@article{Johnman2012ClinicalOF,
  title={Clinical outcomes following radial versus femoral artery access in primary or rescue percutaneous coronary intervention in Scotland: retrospective cohort study of 4534 patients.},
  author={Cathy Johnman and Jill P. Pell and Daniel F. Mackay and Miles W H Behan and R Alexander Slack and Keith G Oldroyd and Colin Berry},
  journal={Heart},
  year={2012},
  volume={98 7},
  pages={552-7}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess short-term and medium-term outcomes following radial and femoral artery access for primary or rescue percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). DESIGN Retrospective cohort study. SETTING Scotland-wide. PATIENTS All 4534 patients undergoing primary or rescue PCI in Scotland between April 2000 and March 2009 using the Scottish Coronary Revascularisation Register. INTERVENTION Primary or rescue PCI. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Procedural success; peri-procedural… CONTINUE READING
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