Adept Medical Launches the ArmSure

 

May 7, 2018—Adept Medical, a New Zealand-based company announced the launch of the company's ArmSure system. The device immobilizes a restless patient’s arms during procedures performed under conscious sedation to ensure the sterile field is not compromised by the patient’s hand during femoral access procedures. Developed for interventional cardiologists and radiologists, the ArmSure will be available from Adept Medical on June 1, 2018.

According to the company, the ArmSure system gently secures both arms of a recumbent patient in a comfortable adducted position with soft, easy-to-install, adjustable straps. The design allows the straps to be loose while maintaining arm security and patient comfort. The ArmSure fits all lab tables and is secured under the mattress and sterile drape.

The ArmSure system can incorporate the company's Adept Shield to provide x-ray scatter protection for the operator, stated Adept Medical.

 

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