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1: Historical and Epidemiological Note.
2: Access Site Bleeding and Nonaccess Site Bleeding.
3: General Overview, Patient Preparation, and Selection.
4: Vascularization, Anatomy and Variants.
5: Anatomy, Tortuosities, and Access Difficulties.
6: Radial Artery Versus Ulnar Artery Catheterization.
7: Tips and Tricks for Diagnostic Angiography and Intervention.
8: Slender Catheters and Techniques.
9: Radial Artery Spasm and Abnormal Flow Reserve.
10: Hemostasis and Radial Artery Occlusion.
11: The Learning Curve for Transradial Coronary Angiography and Intervention.
12: Complications of Transradial Catheterization.
13: Right Heart Catheterization Using the Arm: Total Wrist Approach for Diagnosis and Intervention.
14: Coronary Interventions: 5F Versus 6F to 7F.
15: Primary and Rescue Percutaneous Coronary Intervention.
16: Transradial Approach for Diagnostic and Interventional Procedures in Patients with Coronary Bypass Grafts.
17: Radial and Complex Coronary Interventions: Chronic Occlusion.
18: Radial Approach and Complex Coronary Interventions: Bifurcations.
19: Transradial Percutaneous Revascularization for Unprotected Left Main Coronary Artery Disease: An Evolution in Evidence and Technique.
20: Sheathless Guide Catheters.
21: Radial Approach in the Elderly.
22: Carotid, Femoral, Aortoiliac, and Renal Interventions.
23: Radiation in Transradial Access.
24: The Radial Approach and the Risk of Periprocedural Stroke.
25: Nursing Workload.
26: Quality of Life and Cost-Effectiveness.
27: Transradial Approach in Structural Heart Disease.
28: Randomized Studies of Transradial Versus Transfemoral Coronary Approach.
29: Conclusions and Future Directions.