Transradial carotid artery stenting with the use of a novel integrated embolic protection technology (RCD code: I‑1B.O)
We present the case of a 79‑year‑old woman with critical right internal carotid artery stenosis in whom carotid artery stenting was performed via a right radial artery approach with the use of a novel integrated embolic protection technology- Paladin System® (Contego Medical). JRCD 2018; 3 (7): 239–242
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