By Javier Ozores Suárez, MD, MS; Juan Ramiro Novoa, MD; Francisco Díaz Ramírez, MD; Yisel Gallardo Medina, MD; Marcelo Puga Bravo, MD
Pediatric interventional catheterization application is affected by the low body weight of the patient, making vascular access difficult due to high profiles of the devices and systems currently available. Therefore, surgeons and interventionalists have worked together to optimize the results in this population. This mixture of procedures is known as hybrid procedures.1 This manuscript will discuss the different hybrid procedures performed in a single pediatric center.
To read the full article, please go to the October 2018 Issue of CCT, where it was originally published.