Tag: Dr. Raj Tayal


Alternative Access Sites for Large Bore Procedures with Dr. Raj Tayal

Technical Skills for Advanced Operators Raj Tayal MD, MPH, FACC, FSCAI discusses axillary access and other alternative access site techniques for large bore procedures. Dr. Tayal is the director of the cardiac cath lab at Overlook Medical Center. Dr. Tayal explains that percutaneous axillary implant volume is increasing with very favorable data from the axillary … Continue reading “Alternative Access Sites for Large Bore Procedures with Dr. Raj Tayal”

Hybrid Closure Technique with Impella

Rajiv Tayal, MD, Director of Structural Heart Disease at JFK Medical Center, presents information from a clinical paper he co-authored regarding vascular closure in Impella supported PCI patients using multiple devices. Read more about The Hybrid Closure Technique: A Potential Standard for Large-Bore Arteriotomy Closure by R. Tayal, et al, in JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions Supplement, CRT-200.03. … Continue reading “Hybrid Closure Technique with Impella”

Alternative Access: Percutaneous Axillary Impella® Placement with Dr. Raj Tayal

Dr. Raj Tayal of Newark Beth Israel Medical Center draws on his experience in gaining axillary access for Impella support. He discusses major concerns and tips and tricks. He also presents challenging cases in which axillary access was used. Watch the video to learn more about this type of access site. This presentation was originally … Continue reading “Alternative Access: Percutaneous Axillary Impella® Placement with Dr. Raj Tayal”

An Alternative Access Approach for Shock Patients

Dr. Raj Tayal of Mary Washington Healthcare shares an Impella case of a cardiogenic shock patient with an index of 1.8 and EF of 22%. The case demonstrates use of percutaneous axillary artery access for Impella support. Tweet this, subscribe or find educational opportunities near you.