- VasoStat™ stays focused over the artery to achieve hemostasis by maintaining precise alignment across the needed range of pressure.
- Its unique design gives focused compression to the radial artery without complete occlusion to allow patent hemostasis.
- Radial artery angiogram via catheter in brachial artery following radial sheath removal with VasoStat™ Hemostasis Device in place (Arrows)
- After assessing pressure and distal perfusion, set it and leave it.
- Feature a unique, adjustable mechanism to enable hemostasis while maintaining radial artery perfusion.
- No stepwise reduction in compression, device can be applied and removed when hemostasis is complete.
- Single size for all ranges of patient anatomy
- Transparency over the puncture site allows continuous observation
- Supplied with See-Cure™ adhesive pad to optimize securement and alignment
- Adjustable specific to each patient to enable patent hemostasis and hand perfusion
- No syringe, wrist splint, or arm board needed, improving patient comfort and satisfaction
- Easily applied and removed
- No gauze necessary
Designed for Comfort & Ease of Use
Leading Transradial Band
High resolution laser speckle imaging of the hand before balloon inflation (top left) and with inflation in 2 cc increments from 12 cc (top middle) to 20 cc (bottom right). Note the progressive loss of hand perfusion by 14 cc (top right) continuing to 20 cc. Band-like compression devices lack the precision of the VasoStat™ Hemostasis Device, so radial artery hemostasis can also mean a 75% reduction in hand perfusion.
VasoStat™ Hemostasis Device
Laser speckle imaging of the same study subject with the VasoStat Hemostasis Device before radial artery compression applied (top left) and with linearly increasing compression using VasoStat's proprietary ratcheting technology to maximal compression (bottom right). At all points of compression normal hand perfusion is maintained.
The Evolution of Radial Hemostasis