Guidezilla-Assisted Tracking in a Tortuous and Angulated Subclavian-Brachiocephalic Artery


Video Supplement to “Guidezilla-Assisted Tracking of Guide Catheter for Tortuous and Angulated Subclavian-Brachiocephalic Artery During Transradial Intervention,” by Niu, et al (December 2020 Clinical Images).

The following video series demonstrates the diagnosis and treatment of a 60-year-old woman with hypertension and type 2 diabetes mellitus who presented with chest pain of 8-hour duration for anterior myocardial infarction. This case highlights the novel use of the Guidezilla catheter to facilitate guide catheter use during transradial intervention by overcoming a tortuous and angulated subclavian-brachiocephalic artery.

Read the accompanying article here