Percutaneous Coronary Int

  • Increased Radial Access Is Not Associated With Worse Femoral Outcomes for Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in the United Kingdom. (


  • There are a few reported cases of subclavian artery dissection complicating mammary artery graft catheterization performed via the transfemoral approach ( 3 ), but to our knowledge, this is the first description of a subclavian pseudoaneurysm complicating a transradial artery cardiac catheterization. (


  • Transradial approach has gained progressive acceptance because it has been shown to have fewer hemorrhagic and vascular-related complications than the femoral approach does for diagnostic and therapeutic percutaneous coronary artery procedures. (
  • A transradial coronary angiography was performed, followed by a drug-eluting stent implantation in the proximal descendent artery. (
  • Radial artery anomaly and its influence on transradial coronary procedural outcome. (
  • Transradial procedure failures can sometimes be due to variation in radial artery anatomy. (
  • OBJECTIVE To evaluate the incidence and impact of radial artery anomalies in patients undergoing transradial coronary procedures. (