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Dr. Sheila Sahni 27 Apr 18
How to learn alternative access? states he learned percutaneous axillary access through by @RajTayal2 supported by cc:
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Chadi Alraies, MD FACC 20 May 19
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Dr. Sheila Sahni 25 Apr 18
When you got access problems, you need to call these gurus @RajTayal2 and not pictured here 🙌🏾 game is strong at
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Chadi Alraies, MD FACC 1 Mar 19
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Drew Klein 10 Dec 18
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Nirman Bhatia, MD 18 Feb 18
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Amir Kaki, MD 24 Aug 18
CGS with severe 3VD on 2 pressors. LVEDP 60mmHG. On CP stopped pressors and dropped to 42mmHG and 2 hours laters 18mmg. Transferred due to hostile illiac dz. with pre emptive antegrade brachial conduit.
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Perwaiz Meraj 17 Mar 19
Alternative access for using to avoid poor options. @RajTayal2
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Hady Lichaa, MD, FACC, FSCAI, FSVM, RPVI Jun 4
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William Suh, MD 😷 8 Nov 18
I saw from I saw from Large bore hybrid closure and I learned from @RajTayal2 All from
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Amir Kaki, MD Jan 17
Back in the stomping grounds of NYC to work with some old friends. high risk PCI cases for severe PAD patients at Mount Sinai St Luke’s. Lots of fun and great outcomes. Congrats to the entire team.
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Raj Tayal 15 Nov 18
Missed 2 connecting flights & took an overnight 5 1/2 hour car ride to get there but the first supported /CTO case in state of Mississippi is in the books! Congrats to Dr. Rizk & the team in Gulfport, MS!
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Abdel Almanfi, MD, FACC, FSCAI 10 Jul 19
access is very good alternative to femoral access in cases, good planning & methodical step by step approach for best outcome.
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Jeff Fowler 24 May 18
Great day with with Thanks @RajTayal2 for your excellent proctoring.
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Jordan Safirstein MD 16 Aug 18
In order to avoid thrombus-filled AAA we opted for bilateral access (right side “safety wire”, left side pigtail). JR Cath for angio guidance & US + micropunture for stick. (4Fr confirmation angio not shown). Used 2 PerClose and then dilate up
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Amir Kaki, MD 4 May 19
Had a great time again with and friends Wonderful meeting with live cases and excellent didactics.
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Evandro Martins F. MD 22 Dec 18
How to find the sweet spot for approach based on this angiogram? @RajTayal2
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William Suh, MD 😷 18 Aug 18
I figured if is going to be mainstream it needed its own 😁
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William Suh, MD 😷 Jun 23
I agree. 90% of cases need only 1 Perclose. Single Perclose also works great for h/t
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R. Jay Widmer 19 Dec 18
Couple of Guh-reat cases yesterday including an office code run by a great team and 1st by
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