Category Archives: transradial intervention

Radial Caths in Training Programs – How Are We Doing?

By Gurpreet Singh, MD and Neeraj Jolly, MD July is always an interesting month, not the least because new fellows start their training. It is a good time to observe the learning curve of the fresh recruits to the world … Continue reading

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Slender Transradial PCI – How Small is Small Enough?

By Dr Giovanni Amoroso, Department of Cardiology, Onze Lieve Vrouwe Gasthuis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Transradial approach (TRA) has shown to be as effective as transfemoral approach in cases of percutaneous coronary inteventions (PCI), but significantly safer in terms of access-site … Continue reading

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