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TR Band

Radial Artery Compression Device

Product Overview

  • TR Band is a compression device designed to assist haemostasis of the radial artery after a trans-radial procedure.
  • Through the transparent structure designed for visual control and selective compression of the radial artery to allow blood return and preserve patency, TR Band assists in maintaining radial artery patency at the time of haemostasis in order to prevent future radial artery occlusion1,2

*1: Rathore S. et al., 2010.  A Randomized Comparison of TR Band and Radistop Hemostatic Compression Devices After Trans-radial Coronary Intervention. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions, 76(5), pp.660–667. *2: Pancholy et al., 2009.  Impact of Two Different Hemostatic Devices on Radial Artery Outcomes after Trans-radial Catheterization.  J. Invasive Cardiology, 21:101-104.

Features and Benefits

  • Transparency
    Ensure continuous observation of access site.
  • Green marker
    Easy to apply the device to appropriate position.
  • Dual compression balloons
    Provide precise compression to radial artery and avoid nerve compression. It can reduce pain for patient.
  • Syringe system
    Permit accurate pressure adjustment.
  • Belt with magic tape
    Make application fast and simple.
  • Support plate
    Fits the wrist shape and fix the device construction.

Item Specifications

Shelf life: 30 months
size Item Code Length
Regular size XX*RF06 24cm
Large size XX*RF06L 29cm

TR BAND APPLICATION AND REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO

Application and Removal Guidelines

Reference

  • 1. Rathore S. et al., 2010.  A Randomized Comparison of TR Band and Radistop Hemostatic Compression Devices After Trans-radial Coronary Intervention. Catheterization and Cardiovascular Interventions, 76(5), pp.660–667.
  • 2. Pancholy et al., 2009.  Impact of Two Different Hemostatic Devices on Radial Artery Outcomes after Trans-radial Catheterization.  J. Invasive Cardiology, 21:101-104.

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