Current concepts| Volume 44, ISSUE 11, P980, November 2019

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        • Complications of Transradial Catheterization and Cannulation
          Journal of Hand SurgeryVol. 44Issue 11
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            Transradial catheterization and cannulation are typically well-tolerated procedures, but they are associated with various vascular, infectious, and orthopedic complications. Potential complications include radial artery occlusion, hematoma formation, radial artery laceration, pseudoaneurysm, abscess formation, and compartment syndrome. Hand surgeons are commonly consulted to treat such complications. We review recent evidence available to guide decisions about nonsurgical and surgical interventions to treat and prevent the complications associated with transradial access procedures.
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