• Editorial: Ipsilateral Ulnar Artery Access After Failed Radial Access: No Worries?

    The manuscript by Aoi et al. [  ] in this issue of the journal describes the authors' experience with ipsilateral trans-ulnar artery (TUA) access when trans-radial artery access (TRA) has failed following radial sheath insertion. The novelty of this manuscript is related to the fact that the authors describe their experience with 10 patients in which failure of trans-radial intervention was followed immediately by successful and uneventful same sitting ipsilateral TUA procedure with subsequent use simultaneous radial and ulnar innovative patent hemostasis technique.

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    Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine Volume 22, January 2021, Pages 89-90

     

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    Read the full article on Science Direct: Ipsilateral Ulnar Artery Access After Failed Radial Access: No Worries?

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