After palpating the radial artery
, the needle was inserted through the skin at 45o angle towards the anterior wall of the artery.
Sixth, on day 44, all main arterial trunks of the forearm are formed (AB, ulnar, common interosseous and median arteries), except the radial artery
whose proximal part is consolidated but the distal part is still in a form of a capillary plexus.
Moher et al studying the radial artery
to aorta pressure gradient and the radial artery
to femoral artery pressure gradient in patients after cardiopulmonary bypass found that the systemic vascular resistance was significantly lower in patients whose radial artery
pressure werelower than their aortic or femoral artery pressure2.
Does clinical profile preclude use of radial artery
as a conduit in coronary artery bypass grafting?
4,6-14,33) The superficial radial artery
in our subject differed from this pattern since it originated in the cubital fossa, was superficial along the forearm, and followed a typical course deep to the tendons that border the anatomical snuff box.
Intima-media thickening of the radial artery
after transradial intervention.
He explains that the radial artery
is often bigger than the ulnar artery, which makes catheter access easier.
Finally, the nurse repeats the previous step, only this time releasing pressure over the radial artery
, recording its saturation level indicated by the return of a uniform waveform.
When given the choice between palpating the carotid artery or the radial artery
at the wrist, Dinesh et al.
6%); (b) Superficial brachial artery continues as radial artery
and known as 'High origin of radial artery
Duplex ultrasound of her left arm showed a non-occlusive thrombus in the left radial artery
at the level of arterial catheter insertion site.
An angiogram of the sheath revealed an AVF between the right radial artery
and the adjacent vein opening up to the cephalic vein (Fig.