Repeated transradial catheterization: feasibility, efficacy, and safety.


Transradial access is an alternative to the transfemoral approach in coronary interventions. It results in less access-site bleeding, shorter hospital stays, lower costs, and less pain for the patient. However, some authors have suggested that the transradial approach might lead to radial artery occlusion, which precludes repeated same-artery… (More)
DOI: 10.14503/THIJ-13-4000


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