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Radial approach is widely established in cardiac diagnostic and therapeutic treatments. It has been shown to decrease bleeding, vascular problems, and mortality rates when compared to the femoral approach. It also offers better comfort to patients through early mobility and lowers hospital expenses. Previously, there were no specific devices for radial artery hemostasis. Many different types of dressings were used in various hospitals with no standardization. This raises the question of whether specific devices surpass dressings in terms of patient comfort, time required to maintain hemostasis, and vascular complications. The primary goal of this study was to examine the effectiveness of compression dressings and hemostatic wristbands on patients undergoing cardiac procedures via radial approach in terms of patient comfort, time required to maintain hemostasis, and vascular problems. The hemostatic wristband TR BandR (Terumo Corporation, Tokyo, Japan) was utilized in one group, while compressive elastic dressing, standardized as 13 threads gauze overlapped, opened, longitudinally pleated once and wrapped, making a 5-cm long cylinder, 1-cm in height, was used in the other.


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NCT number NCT05409716
Study type Interventional
Source An-Najah National University
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date August 1, 2020
Completion date May 1, 2021

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