A new study, "Comparison of 4 and 6 French catheters for coronary angiography: real-world modeling," is now available. According to a study from Jerusalem, Israel, "Femoral artery vascular complications are the most common adverse events following cardiac catheterization. Smaller diameter introducer sheaths and catheters are likely to lower the puncture site complication rate but may hinder visualization. To evaluate the safety and angiographic quality of 4 French catheters."
"The study was designed to simulate real-life operator-based experience. Diagnostic angiography was performed with either 4F or 6F diagnostic catheters; the size of the catheter used in each...
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