Heart Catheterization Surgery With Radial Stent Approach
Typically, for stent placement, the femoral artery in the groin, is the standard access site. Dr. Stephen Tann shows why the radial approach an interventional cardiologist is a much better process because the small artery in the wrist is an access site, improving patient safety and comfort.
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