PMID: 3901815Sep 1, 1985Paper

Radial artery cannulation and ischaemic damage: a review

Anaesthesia
R G Wilkins

Abstract

A review of the literature concerning ischaemic complications following radial artery cannulation suggests that the Allen test has little predictive validity. Other methods of assessing the ulnar collateral circulation are discussed.

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