The technique of radial artery cannulation. Tips for maximizing results while minimizing the risk of complications.

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Arterial cannulation is usually performed to allow continuous blood pressure monitoring or frequent arterial blood sampling. Relative contraindications to the procedure include bleeding abnormalities and peripheral vascular disease. The radial artery is the site most frequently used because the hand generally has good collateral circulation. Percutaneous… (More)

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