Transradial Intervention

What If You Take An Alternate Route?

Each case is unique - for many patients, the transradial approach is preferred. Enhance your patient’s experience while reducing complications and cost by arming yourself with advanced tools and expert training. Partner with Boston Scientific to achieve mastery over transradial interventions.

Studies of Radial Interventions have shown:

Quality OutcomesQuality Outcomes

  • Lower rate of in hospital bleeding complications
    1.1% radial group vs. 1.9% femoral group1
  • Easier hemostasis allowed for shorter compression time to stop bleeding, due to the proximity of the radial artery to the skin surface2
  • Reduced morbidity and mortality through lower risk of transfusions and related vascular complications3

Operational Efficiency

  • 88 minute faster recovery4

Time saved per patient on post-procedure care

Patient Experience

  • 80% of Patients preferred radial vs. femoral access in a study where patients underwent both radial and femoral catheterization4
  • Enhanced patient experience as patients were able to move about as needed after the transradial procedure2,5

Financial Health

  • $800 per patient savings1

Radial procedures reduced bleeding risk, required shorter length of stay (LOS) compared to femoral procedures

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