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Could radial instead of femoral access for coronary angiography change renal outcome? Nephrologists call for help



Could radial instead of femoral access for coronary angiography change renal outcome? Nephrologists call for help



American Heart Journal 163(4): E19; Author Reply E21




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PMID: 22520547

DOI: 10.1016/j.ahj.2012.01.030


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