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Shield Yourself From Scatter Radiation

LockBlock provides up to 78% GREATER scatter radiation protection vs. the leading radiation protection drape. LockBlock in conjunction with a radiation drape provides up to 88% TOTAL PROTECTION.1

LockBlock provides enhanced scatter radiation protection between the physician and image intensifier, protecting the physician’s hands and body parts from the most critical pathway of scatter radiation. Contrary to the ergonomic limitations using standard protection devices, LockBlock can easily be moved or repositioned, minimizing scatter radiation at the epicenter of the procedure without obstructing views or workflow.

LockBlock’s fan shaped design also provides a barrier against fluid exposure and can be used in hospital and healthcare settings where multi-drug resistant skin pathogen containment is mandatory.

LockBlock Features

• Lightweight portable shield protects from scatter radiation

• Shield acts as fluid barrier

• Detachable 360-degree rotating base

• Repositionable adhesive pad

• Cranial-Caudal movement 130o

• Catheter securement ability with adhesive flaps

• 90% direct beam radiation reduction at 80Kv, 0.5mm lead equivalent2


Electrophysiology EP Simulation Scatter Study1

 
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*RADPAD® ORANGE (5300A-O) Femoral Entry Angiography Shield has greater than 90% at 90kVp ≈ 0.25mm at 90kVp

Testing: Performed at 80KeV, mAs 36-60 (automatic) for 10 seconds. Date of Procedure:06092015, Omaha VAMC, Phillips Integra
Totals: Mean from 10 separate tests Modified Totals: Remove highest and lowest then mean


SPECIFICATIONS

 
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Scatter Radiation Attenuation AFTM Protocol F3094-142

 
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The equipment used was a General Electric Advantx 80kW high frequency x-ray unit. The test parameters were; 70, 85, and 105kVp (these correspond to most common fluoroscopic conditions at 80kV, a high kV condition for a standard fluoroscope at 100kV, and a condition corresponding to scatter produced from CT scanning at 130kV), HVL 3.4, 4.0, and 5.1mm Al respectively, 250mAs, and 0.1 second exposure time.

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