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Cardiac Angiography - Europe PMC

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Last Updated: 10 January 2023

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How brachial access compares to femoral access for invasive cardiac angiography when radial access is not feasible: A meta-analysis.

In a meta-analysis report, we therefore wanted to compare TBA and TFA in terms of access site bleeding and complications. In the final report, five retrospective studies and one randomized study were included in the meta-analysis; the meta-analysis included 2756 patients under TBA and 331. 208 for cardiac catheterization. Access to Brachial was associated with a significant reduction in the risk of access site bleeding. Conclusions TBA for cardiac catheterization was associated with a reduced risk of access site bleeding and a similar risk of any vascular problems as TFA.

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