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Steroid-responsive sterile inflammation after transradial cardiac catheterisation using a sheath with hydrophilic coating
  1. J Lim,
  2. A Suri,
  3. T P Chua
  1. joanna.lim{at}doctors.org.uk

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A 64-year-old woman underwent coronary angiography using a short 13 cm 5F radial artery sheath with hydrophilic coating (William Cook Flexor Check-Flo Proforma Radial Access Introducer Set). Fifteen days later she developed a firm, erythematous and tender swelling at the right radial artery access site (panel A). The patient attended …

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