All In The Wrist? Heart Docs Seek More Tools For Transradial Access
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryThe tried-and-true entry site to deliver a catheter or place a stent in coronary arteries or elsewhere is the groin, but a growing number of interventional cardiologists say that going through the wrist offers patient safety and comfort advantages that shouldn't be ignored.
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