Why hold pressure when Safeguard can?
Let Safeguard assist you in obtaining and maintaining HEMOSTASIS. The Safeguard Manual Assist Technique (MAT) clinical trial1 demonstrates that Safeguard 24 cm is safe and effective in reducing active COMPRESSION TIME in femoral artery cannulation following diagnostic and interventional procedures with an ACT of 140 seconds or less, using a 6F and smaller sheath size. Safeguard SIMPLIFIES pre and post-hemostasis management of the access site. It reduces demands on the staff, maximizes valuable resources, and enhances patient COMFORT.
Features & Benefits
Let Safeguard assist you in obtaining and maintaining hemostasis. The Safeguard pressure 24 cm assisted device is safe and effective in reducing active compression time in femoral artery cannulation following diagnostic and interventional procedures. Safeguard simplifies pre- and post-hemostasis management of the access site. It also reduces demands on staff, maximizes valuable resources and enhances patient comfort. Available in two sizes: 24 cm and 12 cm.
Safeguard delivers adjustable active compression and enables immediate pressure adjustment, maintains consistent pressure on the site during patient recovery as well as patient positioning and transport, and provides site management control for non-compliant patients. Additionally, it facilitates site assessment through a clear window without removing the device.
Safeguard adheres to the patient while inflated regardless of patient’s anatomy, preserving a high degree of comfort while also maintaining consistent pressure on the site when obtaining hemostasis with manual compression. In a clinical trial, 87% of patients who had undergone a catheterization procedure in the past indicated that Safeguard with the Safeguard Manual Assist Technique (MAT) was much more comfortable than any previous procedure.1
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Discover more about the SafeGuard® Pressure Assisted Device by reviewing the brochures and Instructions for Use.