Innovative Technologies & Techniques | How to Avoid Complications with Large Bore Access
In Episode 29 of the Texas Heart Institute (THI) Education Series, Innovative Technologies & Techniques, Drs. Zvonimir Krajcer and Briana Costello discuss how to avoid complications with large bore access.
The Texas Heart Institute (THI) is recognized internationally for research programs in cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, regenerative medicine, and endovascular interventions. Our physicians, surgeons, and scientists conduct research ranging from gene therapy, regenerative medicine, and minimally invasive surgical procedures to ventricular assist devices and artificial hearts. THI provides a collection of online activities to further the education of physicians and other medical professionals beyond the walls of the institution on the most relevant topics in cardiovascular health and patient care. The Institute’s educational activities include postdoctoral and allied training programs, seminars, symposia, grand rounds, scientific publications, and public education outreach. Other online resources for professionals and the community include the THI Journal, THI Grand Rounds Archives, and the Heart Information Center.
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The Texas Heart Institute, founded by world-renowned cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Denton A. Cooley in 1962, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the devastating toll of cardiovascular disease through innovative and progressive programs in research, education, and improved patient care. THI’s scientists and physicians conduct fundamental biomedical, translational, and clinical research in cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, molecular-based medicine, stem cell and gene therapy, and regenerative medicine both independently and in collaboration with organizations worldwide. As global leaders of patient care for nearly six decades, Texas Heart Institute has been ranked among the top cardiovascular centers in the United States by U.S. News & World Report for the past 30 years. Learn more at www.texasheart.org