Tag: Transradial access

Abnormal DW-MRI foci “significantly more frequent” with radial versus femoral access

A prospective analysis of 200 consecutive diagnostic cerebral angiograms has indicated that the number of diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DW-MRI) restriction foci was “significantly...

Radial access is not just a new toy—it has come to...

This advertorial is sponsored by Medtronic. Upon gaining CE-mark approval in September of last year, the Rist radial access system (Medtronic) became the first dedicated...
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The pros and cons of radial access in neurointerventional surgery

As the adoption of radial access across the world of neurointerventional surgery begins to pick up pace, Pascal Jabbour and Kareem El Naamani (Thomas...
Medtronic receives CE mark approval for radial artery access portfolio

Medtronic receives CE mark approval for radial artery access portfolio

Medtronic today announced it has received CE mark approval for its radial artery access portfolio, which includes the Rist radial access selective catheter and the Rist...

Transradial access may be safer than transfemoral access for flow diversion...

Transradial, as opposed to transfemoral access, may be a safer approach for flow diversion procedures to treat cerebral aneurysms at a wide range of locations. This conclusion was reached...
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Transradial access is safe and effective for neuroendovascular procedures

In the largest cohort study to date, new research from Jefferson (Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA) demonstrates that transradial surgery, done...