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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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What if Radial Artery Access were a Class 1 Guideline recommendation for patients presenting with STEMI?

By Steven L. Goldberg, MD What are the implications that two trials suggested a mortality benefit when the radial approach was used to access the arterial system during a STEMI? Although the overall finding of the RIVAL trial of radial … Continue reading

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Collaboration Leads to Advances: Why We Believe in a Dedicating a Forum for Radial Access

By Olivier Bertrand, MD We believe that there is a need for a dedicated forum where new and experienced radial operators can discuss current challenges, present new results, critically analyze literature data, and interact directly with the industry to develop … Continue reading

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Dr. Oz Show Highlights Transradial Cardiac Catheterization

Increase in Patient Demand for “Wrist Cardiac Catheterization” Is Expected An upsurge in patient demand for transradial angioplasty is expected now that Dr. Oz has highlighted the approach on a recent episode of his popular national program. In a segment … Continue reading

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