Access via the distal radial artery offers advantages for both the patient and operator. Merit Medical provides advanced training on this technique as well as the first-to-market PreludeSYNC DISTAL™ radial compression device.
Why are so many interventionalists talking about adding distal to their suite of access site options?
- Patient comfort
- Operator ergonomics
- Another non-femoral option for access
Learn more about distal radial access from a couple physicians’ perspective.
Evolve Your Radial Technique
Transradial Intervention Education Program now includes Distal Radial Access
Merit Medical’s renowned radial education program offers a hands-on cadaver lab and state-of-the-art simulation training, with taped or live cases and engaging didactic presentations, from some of the most respected radial faculty. Courses now include training on the distal radial approach.
Introducing PreludeSYNC DISTAL™
The first radial compression device specially created for the distal radial access site.
Additional information about distal radial access.
Enrique Flores, M.D., RPVI, – Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology
Ferdinand Kiemeneij*, MD, PhD, – EuroIntervention
Uei Pua, MBBS, MMed, FRCR, FAMS, and Lawrence Han Hwee Quek, BMBS, FRCR, MMed, FRANZCR, FAMS, – Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology
Orazio Valsecchi, MD; Angelina Vassileva, MD; Alberto Francesco Cereda, MD; Paolo Canova, MD; Keisuke Satogami, MD; Luigi Fiocca, MD; Giulio Guagliumi, MD, – The Journal of Invasive Cardiology
Enrique A. Flores, MD, FACC, RPVI, Interventional Cardiologist, Georgia Heart Specialist, Conyers, Georgia Cath Lab Digest®