Inserting stents through the wrist reduces bleeding, death rates in heart disease patients

Posted by on June 29, 2016 6:52 pm
Categories: health

Access through the wrist, or radial access, when inserting stents to restore blood flow in heart disease patients has fewer complications and should be the default approach over access through the groin, or femoral access, according to researchers.

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