Predictors of Complications Associated With Closure Devices After Transfemoral Percutaneous Coronary Procedures

Hamner, Jenny B.; Dubois, E. Jean; Rice, Tanya P.
June 2005
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2005, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p30
Academic Journal
Presents a study which identified variables predictive of complications associated with closure devices after transfemoral percutaneous coronary procedures. Motive for introducing new techniques for management of vascular access sites after diagnostic or interventional transfemoral percutaneous coronary procedures; Devices that have replaced manual compression; Overview of the VasoSeal and Perclose devices. INSET: Glossary of Statistical Terms.


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