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Anatomical features of the radial artery in the Xinjiang population in China and its impact on the transradial coronary intervention procedure

Tursunjan Naman, Guo Qing Li, Hui Cheng, Bo Hu
DOI: 10.5603/FM.a2019.0074
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Pubmed: 31282553

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Published online: 2019-07-02
Submitted: 2019-04-30
Accepted: 2019-06-14

Abstract

Background: The anatomical features of the radial artery influence the transradial coronary intervention. The aim of this study is to discuss the anatomical features of the radial artery in the Xinjiang population and to guide interventionists in decreasing complications and improving success rates. Materials and methods: We enrolled 1731 patients in this study. All relevant basic information was recorded in detail, and the radial artery diameter was examined. Patients were divided into a radial artery variation group and a radial artery non-variation group; univariate and multivariate factor analyses were performed to evaluate the relevant factors for radial artery diameter and the predictive value of the variable factors in radial artery variations. Results: 1. The mean radial artery diameter for all patients was 3.01±0.14 mm. The multi-factorial analysis showed that height, gender, and occupation are significantly associated with radial artery diameter (P < 0.05(. 2. The incidence of radial artery variation was 4.97% (86/1731) . Multi-factorial analysis showed that:gender (OR=2.72, 95%CI 1.469-5.037, P < 0.01), occupation (OR=2.228, 95%CI 1.0.000-0.012, P < 0.001) and radial artery inner diameter (OR=0.002, 95%CI 0.000-0.012, P < 0.001) are significantly associated with the incidence of radial artery variation. Conclusions: The mean radial artery diameter in the Xinjiang population was 3.01±0.14 mm. height, gender. occupation are associated with radial artery diameter. gender, farmer, radial artery diameter are associated with radial artery variation. These factors can guide the interventionists to choose the appropriate equipment before the operation then can increase the efficiency of operation and prevent from the complications.

Abstract

Background: The anatomical features of the radial artery influence the transradial coronary intervention. The aim of this study is to discuss the anatomical features of the radial artery in the Xinjiang population and to guide interventionists in decreasing complications and improving success rates. Materials and methods: We enrolled 1731 patients in this study. All relevant basic information was recorded in detail, and the radial artery diameter was examined. Patients were divided into a radial artery variation group and a radial artery non-variation group; univariate and multivariate factor analyses were performed to evaluate the relevant factors for radial artery diameter and the predictive value of the variable factors in radial artery variations. Results: 1. The mean radial artery diameter for all patients was 3.01±0.14 mm. The multi-factorial analysis showed that height, gender, and occupation are significantly associated with radial artery diameter (P < 0.05(. 2. The incidence of radial artery variation was 4.97% (86/1731) . Multi-factorial analysis showed that:gender (OR=2.72, 95%CI 1.469-5.037, P < 0.01), occupation (OR=2.228, 95%CI 1.0.000-0.012, P < 0.001) and radial artery inner diameter (OR=0.002, 95%CI 0.000-0.012, P < 0.001) are significantly associated with the incidence of radial artery variation. Conclusions: The mean radial artery diameter in the Xinjiang population was 3.01±0.14 mm. height, gender. occupation are associated with radial artery diameter. gender, farmer, radial artery diameter are associated with radial artery variation. These factors can guide the interventionists to choose the appropriate equipment before the operation then can increase the efficiency of operation and prevent from the complications.

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Keywords

radial artery, predictive factors, transradial coronary intervention

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Title

Anatomical features of the radial artery in the Xinjiang population in China and its impact on the transradial coronary intervention procedure

Journal

Folia Morphologica

Issue

Ahead of Print

Published online

2019-07-02

DOI

10.5603/FM.a2019.0074

Pubmed

31282553

Keywords

radial artery
predictive factors
transradial coronary intervention

Authors

Tursunjan Naman
Guo Qing Li
Hui Cheng
Bo Hu

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