How to TRY TRI

Sheath Insertion

Expected Concern

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RAO (Radial Artery Occlusion) 

RAO is the most frequent post-procedural complication of TRA, restricting the use of the same radial artery for future procedures and as a conduit for coronary artery bypass graft.

Recommendation for RAO reduction from consensus paper *1

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Spasm

RAS (Radial artery spasm) registry *2 concluded predictors of spasm are

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Solutions

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Low profile system for reduction of RAO and spasm

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How to use Glidesheath Slender™

 

Easy removal of coated sheath in case of spasm

Compared to uncoated sheaths, hydrophilic coated sheaths reduce the incidence of radial artery spasm.4 Hydrophilic coated sheath reduced the sheath removal pull back force and discomfort of patients when spams happened.5

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Tips & Tricks of Coated Sheath

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Transparent surgical dressing tape can prevent slipping out the sheath during procedure.

 

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