Combating the Impact of the Pandemic with Radial InterventionsRichard Markiewicz, MD; Saleh El Dassouki, MD; Nicholas McKay, RN
Learn how one health system increased the use of radial access to respond to bed and staffing shortages.
- Radial intervention allows same-day discharge for patients undergoing coronary and vascular procedures.
- Same-day discharge can decrease costs, improve efficiency, increase patient satisfaction, and allay potential patient fears in the age of COVID-19.
- Radial-specific sheaths and equipment allow state-of-the-art care without jeopardizing safety.
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