Radial access: problem or solution?

Summary

Consult this session on radial access: problem or solution if you want to learn more about minimum invasive transradial coronary intervention for severe calcified lesion, radial artery spasm, hand ischaemia resulting from a transradial coronary angiography or coronary angioplasty through 4 French guiding catheter with radial approach.

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  • Radial artery spasm: an unexpected consequence of a common complication
  • Minimum invasive transradial coronary intervention for severe calcified lesion in nonagenarian who had severe aortic stenosis with reduced ejection...
  • Hand ischaemia resulting from a transradial coronary angiography: successful management with ulnar artery angioplasty
  • Coronary angioplasty through 4 French guiding catheter with radial approach