10 Reasons Why IR’s and IC’s Should Attend April’s ThinkRadial™ Course

By Alicia Armeli Twenty-five years ago, the first transradial coronary intervention was performed. This sparked the start of the Radial Revolution—a medical movement that put transradial procedures on the map as a way of treating patients without surgery. In honor of this progress, Merit Medical is hosting a special ThinkRadial® course April 21-22 for Interventional […]

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Two of the Leaders in IR Transradial Access Invite Interventional Radiologists to Attend a Special “Intro to Transradial” Dinner Event By Alicia Armeli On Monday, March 27, 2017, from 6-9p at Ristorante Morini in Midtown, NYC, Merit Medical and ThinkRadial™ will host a special “introduction to transradial” dinner event to promote clinical benefits and present […]

“Father of Transradial Intervention,” Ferdinand Kiemeneij, MD, PhD, to be the Special Guest of Honor and Co-Proctor for Upcoming ThinkRadial™ Education Program in April

By Alicia Armeli In order to keep up with the growth and progress of interventional medicine, Merit Medical is hosting a dynamic ThinkRadial™ training course on April 21-22 at Merit Medical headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. For the first time in the US, world-renowned Interventional Cardiologist Ferdinand Kiemeneij, MD, PhD, will be attending as […]

Eric Peden, MD, Leads Think HeRO Graft Training Course

By Alicia Armeli March 30-31 marks the start of this year’s Think HeRO Graft™ training courses. Held at the Houston Methodist Institute for Technology, Innovation & Education (MITIESM), the course will be led by HeRO® Graft pioneer Eric Peden, MD. One of Houston’s own, Dr. Peden is Chief of Vascular Surgery at Methodist Cardiovascular Associates, […]

#NextGenRadial Provides Tools and Skills Clinicians Need for Transradial Access

By Alicia Armeli For well over a decade, transradial access has been used for coronary interventions. In comparison to the transfemoral approach, research has linked transradial with increased patient preference and fewer vascular complications.1,2 A more cost-effective approach that has success rates similar to the transfemoral technique, transradial access is expanding into other fields of […]