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|Title:||Early ambulation and discharge after four French femoral artery catheterisation for diagnostic coronary angiography|
Grech, Victor E.
|Keywords:||Cardiac catheterization -- Case studies|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Citation:||Gatt, V., Borg, M., Agius, J., Fenech, A., & Grech, V. (2012). Early ambulation and discharge after four French femoral artery catheterisation for diagnostic coronary angiography. The Libyan Journal of Medicine, 7:1, 18376.|
|Abstract:||One of the bottlenecks experienced by cardiac catheterisation laboratories is the amount of time that patients must remain on the unit after femoral artery puncture. This remains a contentious issue and there are a few studies to guide units with regard to how early it is possible to safely ambulate and discharge patients home.|
|Appears in Collections:||Scholarly Works - FacM&SPae|
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