Adapting Radial from Cardiac to Lower Extremity InterventionsAbhisekh Mohapatra, Zein Saadeddin, Efthymios D. Avgerinos, Georges E. Al-Khoury, Eric S. Hager, and Mohammad H. Eslami
Studying the promising outcomes of transradial access for peripheral vascular intervention.
- Radial access for peripheral intervention was associated with high technical success rates.
- Access-site complications were low, with hematoma being the most common.
- With continued advances in device technology, radial access can be a strategy to reduce the morbidity of peripheral interventions.
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