INTERVENTIONS FOR VALVULAR DISEASE AND HEART FAILURE

One-year outcomes with two suture-mediated closure devices to achieve access-site haemostasis following transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve implantation

EuroIntervention 2016;12:1298-1304. DOI: 10.4244/EIJV12I10A213

Julinda Mehilli
Julinda Mehilli1,2*, MD; David Jochheim1,2, MD; Mohamed Abdel-Wahab3, MD; Konstantinos D. Rizas1, MD; Hans Theiss1, MD; Nina Spenkuch1; Magda Zadrozny1, MD; Moritz Baquet1, MD; Mohamed El-Mawardy3, MD; Takao Sato3, MD; Philipp Lange1, MD; Christian Kuppatt1,2, MD; Martin Greif1, MD; Jörg Hausleiter1,2, MD; Axel Bauer1,2, MD; Florian Schwarz2,4, MD; Maximilian Pichlmaier2,5, MD; Christian Hagl2,5, MD; Gert Richardt3, MD; Steffe
1. Cardiology Department, Munich University Clinic, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany; 2. Munich Heart Alliance at DZHK, Munich, Germany; 3. Herzzentrum, Segeberger Kliniken GmbH, Bad Segeberg, Germany; 4. Radiology Department, Munich Univers

Aims: In the current study we assess the impact of two different access-site suture-mediated closure devices (SMCD), ProGlide and Prostar, on vascular and bleeding complications after tra

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