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Rapidly Controls Bleeding After Radial Catheterization Procedures. Effective Hemostasis for Anticoagulated Patients

SyvekRadial Patch promotes control of bleeding from radial access sites through the use of poly-N-acetyl glucosamine (pGlcNAc) fibers derived from microalgae. These fibers effectively control bleeding for patients on anticoagulation therapies.3

  • Proven results in anticoagulated patients3
  • Allows for very short compression times1
  • Preserves radial artery patency1

Distinct Advantages for Transradial Catheterization

The SyvekRadial system consists of three components:

  • SyvekRadial Patch accelerates hemostasis
  • Syvek® Brace supports and immobilizes either wrist
  • SyvekRadial Band allows for easy, self-contained bladder inflation and deflation

The SyvekRadial Band bladder is designed to target the radial artery only, preserving ulnar artery patency.

Helps to Achieve Fast Hemostasis and Preserve Radial Artery Patency

The standard of care post-procedure for transradial access has been prolonged manual compression (2-6 hours). A U.S. trial studied the effects of using the pGlcNAc fibers found in the SyvekRadial Patch to facilitate shorter compression times in 50 patients. The first 15 patients acted as a roll-in group for device and procedure standardization. The remaining 35 were assigned to the compression group for diagnostic (n=26) and interventional procedures (n=9). Patients were randomized to 10, 30, or 60 minute compression times.1

  • Hemostasis was successful in 97% of the compression patients (n=50).
  • 31 of the compression patients had Barbeau Class A plethysmography, 3 had Class B, and only 1 radial artery was occluded (radial patency resolved in 1 hour).
  • No complications were reported in any of the 50 patients.

 

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Indications for Use:
Syvek® Patch promotes the rapid control of bleeding in patients following hemodialysis and in patients on anticoagulation therapy. Syvek® Patch is indicated for use in the local management of bleeding wounds such as vascular access site, percutaneous catheters or tubes and surgical debridement. Syvek® Patch is intended for use under the direction of a healthcare professional.

Safety Information:
PRECAUTIONS: There are no known contraindications to the use of Syvek® Patch. Longer compression may be necessary for patients who are hypertensive or who are obese. For external use only.
Not made with Natural Rubber Latex
CAUTION: Federal (USA) law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician or other licensed practitioner. For external use only.

Manufactured by Marine Polymer Technologies, Inc., Danvers, MA 01923. For instructions for use or additional product information, please contact us.

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  1. Turi Z, McEniry B, Aji J, et al. Cathet Cardiovasc Intervent. 2012; 79:S1–S110.
  2. Valeri C, Vournakis J. J Trauma. 2011; 71:S162–S166.
  3. Nader R, Garcia J, Drushal K, et al. J Invas Cardiol. 2002; 14:305-307.

*Please see the “Instructions for Use” supplied in each package, for detailed product instructions.