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Is a vascular access site management tool that
combines a sterile dressing with active,
hands-free pressure.
Should on...
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Components
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Components
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Main Pad
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Focus Pad
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1. Easy to use
 Simply apply and rotate the handle to desired
pressure
 Requires one operator and a standard luer-lock...
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2. Adjustable hands-free
pressure
 Maintains consistent pressure on site during patient
recovery as well as patient pos...
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3. Integrated Clear
Window
 Facilitates proper placement
 Direct visualization of the site without removing
device
 A...
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4. Mechanical Pressure
 Provides an active mechanism to maintain pressure,
reducing demands on the staff
Advantages
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5. Tegaderm adhesive
material
 Commonly used product that is tolerated well by most
patients
 Recognized as an effecti...
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6. Enhance patient comfort
 Flexible material comforts to patients anatomy
 Patient is not limited to supine position
...
 Diagnostic angiography
 Peripheral
 Neuro (4 vessel angio)
 TACE (Transcather Arterial ChemoEmbolisation)
 Post VCD...
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 Primary use after vascular intervention with
Anticoagulant (Heparin, Plavix, etc… )
 Procedure with 7Fr of bigger siz...
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Xpress Procedure
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1. Cleaning the Skin
Puncture Site
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2. Palpation of vessel puncture
site
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2. Pull back procedural Sheath
about 2.5cm from puncture site
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3. Locate Disk to Arterial
Puncture site
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4. Attach Xpress
(Keep the pressure for disk
during attachment)
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5. Rotate handle
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6. Remove the Sheath
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7. Assess the Puncture Site
through the Window
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8. Transport
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Provides consistent active pressure
Pressure can easily be adjusted as needed
Site is clearly visible at all times
H...
Xpress Femoral Compression Assisted Device
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Xpress Femoral Compression Assisted Device

  1. 1.  Is a vascular access site management tool that combines a sterile dressing with active, hands-free pressure. Should only be used for femoral Artery access site. Xpress
  2. 2.  Components
  3. 3.  Components
  4. 4.  Main Pad
  5. 5.  Focus Pad
  6. 6.
  7. 7.  1. Easy to use  Simply apply and rotate the handle to desired pressure  Requires one operator and a standard luer-lock syringe  Minimal leaning curve  Follows routine hospital protocol Advantages
  8. 8.  2. Adjustable hands-free pressure  Maintains consistent pressure on site during patient recovery as well as patient positioning and transport  Eliminates inconsistent operator dependent pressure  Excellent site management tool for irritable patients  Allows immediate pressure adjustments based on patient needs Advantages
  9. 9.  3. Integrated Clear Window  Facilitates proper placement  Direct visualization of the site without removing device  Allows easy site assessment Advantages
  10. 10.  4. Mechanical Pressure  Provides an active mechanism to maintain pressure, reducing demands on the staff Advantages
  11. 11.  5. Tegaderm adhesive material  Commonly used product that is tolerated well by most patients  Recognized as an effective adhesive that maintains it’s position Advantages
  12. 12.  6. Enhance patient comfort  Flexible material comforts to patients anatomy  Patient is not limited to supine position  Allows for patient mobility  Unlike other devices, no ancillary equipment or uncomfortable straps are required [ Typical recommendation ] For ordinary conditions Stationary position for first 2 hours, Mobile condition for the next two hours and removal of Xpress Advantages
  13. 13.  Diagnostic angiography  Peripheral  Neuro (4 vessel angio)  TACE (Transcather Arterial ChemoEmbolisation)  Post VCD (AngioSeal, Perclos) application  To avoid potential complications  For primary Xpress application  4,5Fr and maximum 6Fr sheath  Without anticoagulant procedure (less than 3,000 units of Heparin) Xpress is recommended for the femoral hemostasis after …
  14. 14.   Primary use after vascular intervention with Anticoagulant (Heparin, Plavix, etc… )  Procedure with 7Fr of bigger size sheath  Obesity patient with Body Mass Index (kg/m²) over 40  Patient who has low blood platelet count (less than 30,000/ µƖ ) Xpress is NOT recommended for …
  15. 15.  Xpress Procedure
  16. 16.  1. Cleaning the Skin Puncture Site
  17. 17.  2. Palpation of vessel puncture site
  18. 18.  2. Pull back procedural Sheath about 2.5cm from puncture site
  19. 19.  3. Locate Disk to Arterial Puncture site
  20. 20.
  21. 21.  4. Attach Xpress (Keep the pressure for disk during attachment)
  22. 22.  5. Rotate handle
  23. 23.  6. Remove the Sheath
  24. 24.  7. Assess the Puncture Site through the Window
  25. 25.  8. Transport
  26. 26.  Provides consistent active pressure Pressure can easily be adjusted as needed Site is clearly visible at all times Hands-free, saves valuable staffs’ time Enhances patient comfort and mobility Cost-effective What Xpress can do for you!

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