ARTICLE: Cath Lab Digest: Improving Patient Care and Post Procedure Efficiency Following Transradial Access

Dr. Matheen Khuddus’ article, “Improving Patient Care and Post Procedure Efficiency Following Transradial Access,” in the July 2017 issue of Cath Lab Digest.

Transradial cardiac catheterization is a procedure used to treat and diagnose certain heart conditions with the access point being the radial artery (or blood vessel) in the arm. Not everyone is a candidate for the transradial technique, but it is an effective, minimally invasive approach to perform coronary and peripheral angiograms and interventions.

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