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AccessClosure Mynx Vascular Closure Device | Used in Access closure, Vascular closure | Which Medical Device

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Mynx Vascular Closure Device

The Mynx Vascular Closure Device is an extravascular sealing device designed to facilitate hemostasis without sutures or implants. The device is available in 5F and 6F/7F sizes and can be deployed through the existing procedural sheath. It is similar to the Cordis Exoseal in that it can be...

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Terumo TR Band Radial Compression Device | Used in Access closure, Vascular closure | Which Medical Device

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TR Band Radial Compression Device

  • Added Jan 13, 2012
  • Manufactured by Terumo

The TR Band hemostasis device works by providing controlled compression of the radial artery without completely occluding vessel flow or significantly compressing other structures. The transparent cuff allows precise visual control, and the air injection port and inflator syringe ensures...

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Forge Medical  VasoStat | Which Medical Device

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VasoStat

The manufacturer describes the VasoStat as an innovative hemostasis device for radial artery and dialysis access applications unique from current band-type devices on the market. The device has FDA clearance (announced January 2016) for pedal and tibial hemostasis providing an effective...

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