Carotid access for percutaneous coronary intervention [post]

Matthias De Boulle, Erik Debing, Dries Belsack, Bert Vandeloo
2021 unpublished
Vascular access for percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) is usually obtained through the radial or femoral, and to lesser extent the brachial or ulnar artery. We describe the transcarotid approach for PCI in a patient with severe peripheral artery disease. No adverse neurological or cardiac events were observed.
doi:10.22541/au.162716814.47305085/v1 fatcat:y4ywd5ottbfgbmzdpnws3blk44