REACH PVI Clinical Study Results - Radial Access for Navigation to Your Chosen Lesion for Peripheral Vascular InterventionPresented by NCVH
Evaluating acute clinical outcomes of OA via transradial access for treatment of PAD in lower extremity lesions.
- Peripheral (lower extremity) orbital atherectomy procedures can be performed safely and effectively through radial access.
- Clinical study results demonstrate a high rate of success with low complication rates.
- Shorter recovery times lead to improved patient satisfaction and increased staffing efficiencies.
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