18th UHNM Transradial Masterclass
Published: 13 September 2019
Part 2 | Session 1 Arterial Access Site Utilisation in European Cardiology Practice
Part 2 | Session 2 Optimal Radiation Protection for the TRA Operator
Part 3 | Session 1 How to Get it Right - TFA in (predominant) radial centres
Part 3 | Session 2 How to Get It Right How to Do a Perfect TFA Case - What Is the Data?
Part 5 | Session 1 ldTRA History Applied Anatomy
Part 5 | Session 2 How to Do Distal Cases - Puncture Techniques and Haemostasis
Part 5 | Session 3 Clinical Applications
Part 7 | Session 1 What is New in the TRA Literature Update from the Keele CV Research Group
Part 7 | Session 2 What is New in the TRA Literature Highlights from the Literature
Part 9 | Session 1 TRA Complications and their Management Case Presentation
Part 9 | Session 2 TRA Complications and their Management Case Presentation 2
The eighteenth iteration of this industry-leading event has held on 15-16 October 2019 at Cottons Hotel, Cheshire, UK.
Under the direction of course organisers Professor Jim Nolan and Dr David Wells, and managed by Millbrook Medical Conferences Ltd, the event again succeeded in providing authoritative and compelling update on advances, challenges and best practice in the innovative international PCI field.
Chaired and presented by a faculty of international standing, key sessions from the 2019 event included radial access in interventional radiology, distal radial access, latest developments in TRA, management of TRA complications, analysis of the latest technical innovations, and a review of the latest literature.
More from this programme
Transradial Masterclass 2019 Welcome and Introduction
Hot Topics in TRA
Femoral Access in 2019
Radial Access in Interventional Radiology
Distal Radial Access
Hot Topics in TRA
What is New in the TRA Literature Update from the Keele CV Research Group
Professor James Nolan is a Consultant Cardiologist and Professor of Interventional Cardiology, as well as a member of the British Coronary Intervention Society and British Cardiovascular Society. He has particular interest in transradial cardiac procedures and percutaneous coronary intervention. Having published extensively in the field of radial access and percutaneous intervention, Prof Nolan’s other research includes heart failure and autonomic dysfunction.
Professor Nolan has completed his medical training as a Registrar in Royal Free Hospital, a Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, a Senior Registrar in Leeds and an Interventional Fellow in Amsterdam. He now balances a busy clinical schedule as a Consultant Cardiologist at University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust, while contributing heavily to postgraduate education and research as Professor of Interventional Cardiology at Keele University.