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Novel Method for Sealing Arterial Puncture Sites

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Novel Method for Sealing Arterial Puncture Sites
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    Following an interventional radiologic procedure, patients often have to lay still for 6-8 hours to enable their groin wound to properly close. Often times the patient returns to the physician because of a groin complication. Today's guest, Dr. Christopher Cates holds a patent on a new method for quickly sealing arterial puncture sites, decreasing the time it takes for the groin wound to seal and improving outcomes. Join host Mark Nolan Hill for an interesting interview.

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    Following an interventional radiologic procedure, patients often have to lay still for 6-8 hours to enable their groin wound to properly close. Often times the patient returns to the physician because of a groin complication. Today's guest, Dr. Christopher Cates holds a patent on a new method for quickly sealing arterial puncture sites, decreasing the time it takes for the groin wound to seal and improving outcomes. Join host Mark Nolan Hill for an interesting interview.

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