STANDTALL CITATIONs

1. Fernandez-Portales J et al. Right Versus Left Radial Artery Approach for coronary angiography: Differences Observed and the Learning Curve. Rev Esp Cardiol. 2006;59(10):1071-4).

2. Lardizabal J et al. Right Versus Left Radial Artery Access. May/June 2012. Cardiac Interventions Today; 53-57.

3. Schiahbasi A et al. Transradial approach (left vs right) and procedural times during percutaneous coronary procedures: TALENT study. Am Heart J. 2011;161:172-179.

4. Guo X et al. Left Radial Access Is preferable to Right Radial access for the Diagnostic or Interventional Coronary Procedures: A meta Analysis Involving 22 Randomized Clinical Trials and 10287 Patients. PLOS ONE; Nov 2103, Vol 8; Issue 1: 1-9.

5. Amoroso G et al. Eur J Cardiovasc Nurse, 2005; 4: 234-41).

6. Amit P et al. Costs associated with Access Site and Same-Day Discharge Among Medicare Beneficiaries Undergoing Percutaneous Coronary Intervention. JACC: 10; 4, Feb. 2017: 342-53.

7. POC Study: Attachable Radiation Reduction Extension Support Sheath (ARRESS) to Reduce Occupational Health Hazards for Interventional Radiologists. Sara Myers, PhD, Study Director / Principal Investigator, Department of Biomechanics, University of Nebraska at Omaha. John Lof, MS, Research Manager Joint Cardiovascular Research Laboratory. University of Nebraska Medical Center. Frank Rutar, MS, Director, Radiation Safety University of Nebraska Medical Center. Gregory Gordon, MD, Assoc. Prof. Medicine. University of Nebraska Medical Center. Final POC Report delivered to UNMC 04/05/16.     

    a. University of Nebraska Medical Center IRB Protocol Number:  402-14-FB.     

    b. University of Nebraska Medical Center IACUC Protocol Number: 14-039

8. Fu Q et al. Randomized comparative study of left versus right radial approach in the setting of primary percutaneous coronary intervention for ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Clinical Interventions in Aging 2015;10: 1003-1008.

9. Biondi-Zoccai G, Sciahbasi A, Bodí V, et al. Right versus leftradial artery access for coronary procedures: An internationalcollaborative systematic review and meta-analysis including 5 randomized trials and 3210 patients. Int J Cardiol. 2013; 166: 621-626.

10. Klein LW et al. Occupational heath hazards in the interventional laboratory: Time for a safer environment. Heart Rhythm, Vol 6, No 3, March 2009