Used to assist in compression hemostasis after the introducer is removed from the artery.
1.Soft material fits well to patient’s skin while easy to clean for the outer layer.
2.Double balloon design to achieve better hemostatic effect.
3.Puncture site visibility provided by transparent material.
4.Standard luer lock connector, compatible with normal syringe.
5.Two length available: 24cm, 27cm;
6.With one 20ml syringe.
1.Upon completion of procedure withdraw introducer sheath 2-3cm.
2.Apply the TRANSRADIAL PRESSURE BANDAGE by aligning cross marker, which is located on the center of the compression balloon (large) 1-2mm proximal to the puncture point and fix the strap on the wrist with the adjustable fastener. The TRANSRADIAL PRESSURE BANDAGE should be fixed tight enough to prohibit the band from spinning. This device must be positioned differently when used on the left or right wrist. When attaching the device, ensure that the bended side of the support plate is always outward to the patient.
3.Slowly inject 13-18mL of air while simultaneously removing sheath. Air should be fully inserted when sheath is completely removed.
NOTE: The goal is for bleeding to cease when the sheath is completely removed.
4.Begin titration of air to determine patent hemostasis by removing 1mL per second while observing the access site for bleeding. When bleeding occurs, inject 1-2ccs of air or until bleeding stops.
5.Confirm radial pulse over distal side of the puncture point.