What is the Transradial Cardiac Catheterization?

Interventional cardiologists have used catheterization to diagnose and treat heart conditions for decades.  The traditional procedure involves inserting a catheter into a patient’s femoral artery in the thigh.  A newer approach called transradial cardiac catheterization uses an artery in the wrist and can provide a quicker recovery. Why Cardiologists Use Transradial Cardiac Catheterization Many situations…