This book complements available texts that detail percutaneous coronary interventions and is dedicated solely to the associated complications. By covering the range of complications that arise, from medication related to difficulties with closure devices, this text helps physicians improve care by anticipating or recognizing problems earlier. Chapters focus on specific steps of interventions and include cases that reflect scenarios seen in clinical practice. Cardiac arrest, legal matters, and adverse event reporting are also addressed. Essential information is easily accessible in useful tables. Cardiologists, as well as interventional radiologists who perform these procedures, will appreciate the logically organized and nicely illustrated format. This key text is ideal for regular use but also has value as a need-to-know reference.