transradial

transradial

(trans″rād′ē-ăl, tranz″) [ trans- + radial]
1. Through, by way of, or employing the radial artery, as during coronary angiography.
2. Through, across, or below the radius of the arm, as in a prosthesis below the elbow.
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Syringe-manometer for balloon catheter, single use;set for coronary angiography with transradial access.
Tejas Patel is a global key opinion leader and pioneer of the transradial access technique (angioplasty / stenting through the wrist artery), who has trained over
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In addition, caution should be taken as dissection of an arteria lusoria and aorta during transradial catheterization has been previously reported.
Comparison of transradial and transfemoral coronary intervention in octogenarians with acute myocardial infarction.
The collaboration will provide to cath labs the tools, processes and dashboards necessary to help improve operational efficiencies, increase patient satisfaction, drive down costs and improve profit margins through greater use of transradial access and same-day discharge.
It is a transparent band to assist hemostasis of the radial artery after a transradial procedure.
We can exemplify stating that coronary catheterization using a transradial approach has become a common procedure, as the risks of local complications are low and this procedure affords relatively expeditious postprocedural patient mobilization.
Effect of tirofiban plus clopidogrel and aspirin on primary percutaneous coronary intervention via transradial approach in patients with acute myocardial infarction.
Economic impact of same-day home discharge after uncomplicated transradial percutaneous coronary intervention and bolus-only abciximab regimen.
5] Valsecchi O, Vassileva A, Musumeci G, Rossini R, Tespili M, Guagliumi G, et al Failure of transradial approach during coronary interventions: Anatomic considerations.