Transcarotid TAVR May Often Avoid General Anesthesia

13:02 EDT 18 Oct 2016 | Medscape

Using local anesthesia with conscious sedation might have cut the risk of periprocedural strokes a small transcarotid-TAVR series; the patients had severe peripheral vascular disease.
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