Published in Hospital Business Week, February 8th, 2009
Every year, about one million Americans opt for angioplasty over bypass surgery to open their blocked arteries. New data suggests that beginning the angioplasty procedure by entering through the wrist - rather than through the groin - will make it safer and easier on patients.
To access the arteries, an interventional physician makes a small incision in the groin at the...
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