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Dr. Aaron Fischman
Dr. Aaron Fischman is a practicing interventional radiologist of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
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Our interventional radiologist guest Dr. Aaron Fischman gets into the details of his technique, equipment and tips/tricks for transradial access, as well as its advantages in a variety of IR interventions.
Articles Featuring Dr. Aaron Fischman
Transradial access (TRA) has been shown to improve discharge and recovery times when compared to transfemoral access, though complications may arise. TRA expert Dr. Aaron Fischman discusses complications related to radial access as well as ways to circumvent these problems in episode 30 of the BackTable podcast.
Radial artery closure devices yield consistent performance to achieve hemostasis. Radial access expert Dr. Fischman discusses the patent hemostasis concept, differences between the various radial closure devices, and how to determine time to hemostasis in your patients.
As TRA has become a regular practice for IRs, equipment and devices have become increasingly versatile to encompass a wide variety of IR procedures. Radial access expert Dr. Aaron Fischman discusses his prefered TRA equipment including catheters, sheaths, and closure devices, that increase his success when using TRA.
In episode 30 of the BackTable podcast, radial access expert Dr. Aaron Fischman discusses how to integrate TRA into your practice, what constitutes a complete circulatory examination, and when to reconsider TRA and opt for alternative access sites.
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