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Percutaneous coronary diagnostic and therapeutic procedures are very frequent worldwide and therefore bring to discussion the best vascular access for each patient. The vascular access for coronary angiography or coronary interventions must be chosen according to the patient's clinical and anatomical characteristics, as well as the experience of the interventional cardiologist. Several studies have shown the superiority of radial access compared to femoral access, reducing local complications, major cardiovascular events, death and hospital costs. The ulnar approach is a feasible and safe option in the absence of radial access.
The purpose of this article was to highlight the points to be considered in blunt traumatic aortic injury due to high-energy motor vehicle accident.
As a result of reviewing and studying the studies, it can be concluded that the replacement of the aortic valve with minimally invasive methods is more effective.