PMID: 1150739May 1, 1975Paper

Selective percutaneous coronary arteriography: an experience with 600 procedures

The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery
P Bopp, P C Fournet


Six hundred selective percutaneous coronary angiographies have been performed, using the Judkins technique. The procedure was well tolerated even by critically ill patients. Considering the low risk (mortality: 1.7%), the relatively infrequent complications (2.7%) and the value of the information obtained, selective coronary arteriography is a prerequisite to any meaningful surgery.

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