Dr Oz: Wrist Cardiac Catheterization & Treating Heart Disease


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Dr Oz: Wrist Cardiac Catheterization

Dr Oz: Wrist Cardiac Catheterization & Treating Heart Disease

Dr Jennifer Tremmel says that Wrist Cardiac Catheterization is less invasive and less risky than Groin Catheterization when diagnosing and treating heart disease.


  1. Jim Stoch says

    I have had two transradial (wrist) entry angiograms performed by Dr. Tremmel at Stanford Medical Center. Having had 8 angiograms/angioplasties, using the femoral artery entry point, I truly appreciate the transradial approach. The recovery time is faster, more comfortable and there is less risk of a serious bleeding issue, which I had once when the sandbag slipped off and I had to apply direct pressure to a gusher until the nurse could react. Not fun but memorable. Plus, I truly appreciate Dr. Tremmel’s skilled professionalism in the two intereventions she has performed on me.

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