A balloon-expandable intraluminal graft was percutaneously deployed in the left subclavian artery of a 43-year-old woman. This graft was made of a stainless steel, 30-mm Palmaz balloon-expandable iliac stent completely covered with a thin coat of silicone. The procedure was successful in managing and preventing life-threatening hemorrhage as a large-bore catheter was removed from the subclavian artery via its subcutaneous tunnel. Surgical repair of the high brachial-axillary sheath insertion site was required after percutaneous deployment of the graft. However, the grafting procedure succeeded in obviating a thoracotomy. At follow-up of 6 months, despite diminution in brachial pulse volume recordings, the patient is asymptomatic at rest. She experiences mild fatigue with extremes of upper extremity exercise and declines angiographic follow-up and further intervention.