Incorporating Distal Radial Artery Access Into Clinical Practice

Abstract

Interest in distal radial artery access (DRA) is growing rapidly. Among the benefits of DRA are the low risk of entry site bleeding complications and the low rate of radial artery occlusion.[1,2] This is an overview of the benefits of using distal radial vascular access in the area of the anatomical snuff box in the cath lab.

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Citation
Flores E, et al. Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology 2019.