Radial access: is everything feasible?

Session comprising selected EuroPCR 2017 abstract submissions

Chairperson: P. Kala
Panellists: A. Chan, S. Galli, Z. Ghazzal

Presentations available when logged in:

  • Randomised comparison of JUDKINS vs. TIGER catheter in coronary angiography via the right radial artery: the JUDGE study
  • Impact of radial and femoral approach on the development of contrast-induced nephropathy in patients undergoing coronary angiography and/or PCI
  • Transradial coronary angiography in severe aortic stenosis: left vs. right approach and 5 vs. 6Fr guiding catheters
  • Radial vs. femoral access for left main stem intervention: procedural success and short-term clinical outcome
  • Impact of vascular access on outcome after PCI in patients at high bleeding risk - A pre-specified subanalysis of the LEADERS FREE trial
  • Femoral vs. radial access for rotational atherectomy - A UK-wide observational study of 8,622 patients
  • Vascular access site and outcomes among 26,807 CTO angioplasty cases from the British cardiovascular interventions society national database